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both air layering and the rooting of cutting in water or dirt.


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handful of moss over the cut area, squeezed out excess water.


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Another path to take is to increase the population of good life in the water. BushDoctor Microbe Brew is used for this purpose. It is about $20 per quart online.
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"Apply a very thin layer of agar before you inoculate the plate, just enough agar so the specimen can grow out. Then as soon as you see mycelium from the mushroom, apply another layer of very hot agar over the whole works, covering the growth and first layer completely. Contaminates and all. The mycelium from the mushroom will crawl through to the top layer, leaving behind the contaminates. You'll need to transfer the new growth to a new plate. It doesn't hurt to do the exact same thing with the new transfer either. Give the transfer a couple of days to start growing and then cover it with hot agar again immediately. Just let the plate colonize completely for use. The mushroom mycelium will bubble up from the top layer of hot agar that's applied, leaving you to think that you've zapped and killed the mushroom mycelium. Don't worry, you haven't."


Xandra

Blue Oyster spawn on millet was purchased through a contact made on Craiglist. It came from Boston. I had left over paper and straw from the Golden Oyster batch started 12/22/2012. I placed this with the Blue Oyster spawn into a log-shaped plastic clamshell package that held ice cream sandwiches.

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ali

Blue Oyster spawn on millet was purchased through a contact made on Craiglist. It came from Boston. I had left over paper and straw from the Golden Oyster batch started 12/22/2012. I placed this with the Blue Oyster spawn into a log-shaped plastic clamshell package that held ice cream sandwiches.


ali

THis is a placeholder. need to do my own experiments


ali

Sure hope someone is there to provide some feedback!

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Re: Resurrecting frozen mycelium by momalmomal, 18 Aug 2014 04:35

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I justed finished building a misting cloner using these plans - https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B4z8GE1bbsDjb2xiREgwRC1jcWc/edit?usp=sharing. There's not much green at this time of the year so I'll be trying cuttings from English ivy, stevia, rosemary and Meyer's Lemon. I should probably be trying to copy the Meyer's Lemon since I only have one and would like to share it with a friend.

DIY Aeroponic Cloner by HMikeHMike, 23 Dec 2013 16:17

"Apply a very thin layer of agar before you inoculate the plate, just enough agar so the specimen can grow out. Then as soon as you see mycelium from the mushroom, apply another layer of very hot agar over the whole works, covering the growth and first layer completely. Contaminates and all. The mycelium from the mushroom will crawl through to the top layer, leaving behind the contaminates. You'll need to transfer the new growth to a new plate. It doesn't hurt to do the exact same thing with the new transfer either. Give the transfer a couple of days to start growing and then cover it with hot agar again immediately. Just let the plate colonize completely for use. The mushroom mycelium will bubble up from the top layer of hot agar that's applied, leaving you to think that you've zapped and killed the mushroom mycelium. Don't worry, you haven't."


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posting by Naveed123Naveed123, 18 Jun 2013 05:00

I received a cutting of ES M-3-5 grape from Mark Hart in February of 2011. It rooted that spring. I found it today and it was dead.

ES M-3-5 Grape update by MasterGardenerMasterGardener, 06 May 2013 05:45

Update on 3/12/2013. Ready for harvest. This photo was taken last week. The harvest size appears to be limited by the size of the substrate. Small amount of resources, small mushroom size.
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Update on 2/28/2013. Two months since the millet went onto the paper and straw. The largest mushroom is about the diameter of a quarter.
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1. GDD Maps on Grasslinks at OSU (selecting region=Washington and limits=50-130F)
http://pnwpest.org/cgi-bin/usmapmaker.pl?
Puget Sound Area

gdd.jpg

My place

gdd2.jpg

Forcast 2013

gdd3.jpg

2. Another calculator
http://www.degreedays.net/
Description: Fahrenheit-based cooling degree days for a base temperature of 50F
Source: www.degreedays.net (using temperature data from www.wunderground.com)
Accuracy: Estimates were made to account for missing data: the "% Estimated" column shows how much each figure was affected (0% is best, 100% is worst)
Station: University District, Seattle, WA (122.30W,47.65N)
Station ID: KWASEATT109

Month starting CDD % Estimated
2/1/2012 11 2
3/1/2012 10 0.1
4/1/2012 88 1
5/1/2012 178 0.3
6/1/2012 241 0.9
7/1/2012 424 0
8/1/2012 520 1
9/1/2012 348 0.6
10/1/2012 142 0
11/1/2012 38 0
12/1/2012 2 0
1/1/2013 1 0.1

Total annual = 2003

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