Growing Outdoors?

Discussion in 'Magic Mushrooms' started by Silvine, Jun 7, 2006.

  1. Silvine

    Silvine Banned

    I am starting a mushroom patch. I found a source of Copelandia spores and will be purchasing them next month. I intend to get them started in a sterile enviroment but transfer the mycolin (sp?) to a area of wood chips in my garden as recommended by the web site. Think this is a good idea? For example, if they become contaminated, it would be easy to spot the different mushrooms from the copelandia. But could the copelandia grow and look like copelandia - but actually have poisonous parts?


  2. nose

    nose Member

    ya it will work and dont worry much about contamination all the fresh air exanges will hedge the benefits to the mycelium contams love stale air

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