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  1. obtuse

    MELB MUSHROOM DAY THIS WEEKEND !

    Looking forward to meeting people and long fungi chats.
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    Microscopy and DNA workshops

    will be fun. pity you are so far away DL.
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    Meet up: Melbourne

    Have to skip i am afraid. will see you for spring meet (if not before hand) (oh, and if im in the country!)
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    Tas meetup/get together.

    if i was in Tas, id be interested. im back down south for a week or so soon.
  5. Omg .... excited. looking forward to catching up with people. :D
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    Edible Cultures for Sale Australia

    I am also on the hunt for some cultures. looking to buy though as i have nothing to trade
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    Meet up: Melbourne

    Curious about all the cactii missing from the cactii garden. is this new or was the garden still entact at the last meet.
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    Meet up: Melbourne

    sorry cannot make it. hope you all have fun.
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    The Shaman & The Scientist - Sydney

    This looks awesome. wish i could get there.
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    Mushroom cultivation courses

    there would have to be a few people around sydney able to help. otherwise at some point i'd be happy to head up to sydney and do something like an intensive one day workshop.
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    Mushroom cultivation courses

    I would recommend Worowa's courses. packed full of good practical info.
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    Forums

    there is only one ....Shroomery
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    Aus Mycology Study

    As already mentioned there is no mycology degree offered by any australian universities. but if you look there are some good units around, my recommendation is to focus on majoring in plant science and microbiology, and then specialise. consider doing some genetics, and bioinformatics units, given that microscopy is now fairly old school as we progress towards using dna for identification. University of Tasmania has some good units in mycology, and a fair few researchers doing mycology research there. University of Melbourne seems to also be a good place to study mycology. I recall the sydney university also had some good courses going. Really in therms of what to study you are only limited by your imagination and government funding. and finding a good supervisor. there are so many areas to study, ecological roles of fungi (this is a huge field), natural products and toxicology of fungi if you are interested in chemistry (also huge), using fungi in remediation, as plant pathogens, soil fungi and the role of glomeraceae in agriculture. plenty of opportunities if you are interested in just growing them. my advice is to learn fungi taxonomy as best you can, start cultivating them at home, and mastering cloning on agar and associated skills, see which aspect of mycology takes your interest and then look at a pathway through undergrad.
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    Meet up: Brisbane

    Earth frequency
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    Meet up: Brisbane

    who is at EFF this year?
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    Merry Christmas 2018

    happy holidays. and all the best for the new year. a year of changes ahead i think
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    Mushroom culture confusion

    define reproductive cycle
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    Post a random picture thread

    epic yield
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    EGA Necklace

    Yeah, that was polyester books (they bought the brand name i think)
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    Mushroom culture confusion

    Haha. damn thats cheeky. yeah, there is a bit going on like that, people use DNA and BLAST searches incorrectly, and selling species based on incorrect assumptions to increase their profile.
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    Newest Member: DomainAustraia

    what ever happened to AustralianFederalPolice, havent seen them post in ages
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    Newest Member: DomainAustraia

    i saw that too
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    Encouraging pine lovers!

    All of the pine loving edibles are mycorrhizal. as Karode mentioned above, create a slurry, or print onto foil and then wash into water. and pour over your plants/around your trees. you dont need chips or needles. also mycorrhizal fungi often need to find their host fairly quickly or the mcelium dies, and then you have to take into account existing mycorrhizal relationships. truffle orchard growers for example go to a lot of effort to ensure the truffles are the only species.
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    EGA Necklace

    I suspect it was from this stall: https://www.facebook.com/cosmogyralista
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