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  1. Hyphal

    Sry for my absence and some finds from today

    Epic hedgehog finds, and very tasty indeed. Thans for sharing some with me Naja
  2. Looks awesome, how many hours has it got on it? Is there a reason you won't post?
  3. Hyphal

    What is the most delicious gourmet mushy?

    Fat King oyster steaks are one of my favourites so far.
  4. Hyphal

    Efficacy of casing

    Ive seen someone who used to use it for cubensis, and got lazy once and left it off. The flush was as good if not better, so they stopped using casing altogether from then on, and is perfectly happy. This is in a small, enclosed fruiting environment with high humidity levels.
  5. Hyphal

    Mushroom seeds

    Has anyone tired growing them out on the board as directed? Of couse going to agar will contamiante, but wood is always more resitant to contaminant growth.
  6. Hyphal

    Shotgun fruiting chamber

    I agree there should have been a clearer write up from the start, that would have been heaps more helpful...
  7. Hyphal

    Shotgun fruiting chamber

    I think he didnt bother writing a specific tek because it was as easy as you see in the photos - spawn in a bucket, put on a shower cap and colonise/fruit. Its that easy. Here is a link to a more detailed explanation - http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/18892960/fpart/1/vc/1 And another one here - http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/9501009 There is lots of talk these days about side pinning happening not because of light hitting the substrate, but because the substrate pulls away slightly from the side of the container and provides a brilliant micro-climate for the pinning to happen on the sides. That seems to be the consensus rather than light.
  8. Hyphal

    Shotgun fruiting chamber

    Its worth reading through the thread, he never wrote a tek on it, but that thread describes everything in detail. There are four holes around the top, and two near the substrate level. The holes are covered with micropore tape, and the substrate is spawned in the bucket, leveled out, and a shower cap thrown over the top, pushed down, and the bucket is thrown under a blanket to colonise. Once colonised and starting to fruit, the shower cap can be lifted up to increase fresh air. To fan the bucket, the shower cap can be lifted up and down like a lung - pulling in filtered air through the micropore covered holes. The best option however is to have a small fan on in the room, but not pointing at the buckets, to keep air circulating. This eliminates the need to maually fan and basically keeps them as a completely automated neglect tek. You can mist every few days if you want to stop things drying out. The whole thing is protected from fungal gnats so these won't ever be a problem again using buckets, and if a contamination occurs in a bucket, its isolated from the other buckets and can be disposed of easily. These can be used to fruit anything, King oysters perform really well in buckets.
  9. Hyphal

    Shotgun fruiting chamber

    Nope, but here it is - http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Cat/0/Number/6696796/page/3/fpart/1/vc/1
  10. Hyphal

    Subs 2014

    Gallerina Marginata mate, death by fungus - dont touch those guys....
  11. Hyphal

    Subs or Azures ???

    Pics?
  12. Hyphal

    Refrigerating Cakes

    Hi and yes - you can store cakes for many months in the fridge to stall growth, but dont leave them much longer than 6 months or they will start to deteriorate.
  13. Hyphal

    Eucalyptus mulch vs Pine forest

    So how about a wild eaucalyptus forest patch? I would think there are differences between states as well... SA has some very unique eucalyptus subs, and the WA eucalyptus subs are just ridiculously large, aggressive and potent.
  14. Hyphal

    WA Gyms, tis the season

    First finds south confirmed as of the 9/5/2013. On track for my very rough 'second week of May' rule of thumb... But very thin on the ground on that day, only 5 specimens located. Edit - Subs, that is - not gyms.
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