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  1. dosileflynn

    Creating an Outdoor Patch for Woodlovers or Subs

    no worries amigo.
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    TOOL 2012

    keep in mind Lateralus was " being released this year " for 5 years. having said that i can't wait for a new tool album personally.
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    Creating an Outdoor Patch for Woodlovers or Subs

    i'm fairly sure picking the stems out with a bit of mycelium at the bottom isn't going to severely damage the patch or anything, but just me personally, i try to do the least ammount of dammage possible to the patch. well i guess this method is kind of wasteful, but it is a fast method of colonizing a big area. just a suggestion. it also is for the greater good in my opinion, because the shrooms are certainly put to good use for the future. if one was really wanting to be conservative, i guess they could just remove the caps, and keep the stems for themselves, seeing as the stems have no spores (assuming there any mycelium attached to the bottom has been removed). one could colonize a wheel barrow full of suitable woodchips very fast. and then use this to spawn an unlimited ammount of colonized chips, creating a super patch where ever one pleases. anyway just something to consider.
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    Creating an Outdoor Patch for Woodlovers or Subs

    hi guys, just noticed the sticky'd thread, haven't had a chance to read through all of the replies yet, but another way to jumpstart ones secret mother patch, or even to just re-invigorate a pre-existing patch, is during the season, to pick about an ounce (or as many as your willing to part with, could be more, could be less) of fresh specimens, and blend them up into a ' mushroom slurry ' and mix this with a bucket of water, and just pour it all over the patch. this mushroom mixture will have literally millions if not billions of spores in it, and it will send the patch into overdrive next season. if one is worried about wasting perfectly healthy shrooms, possibly one could save an endeavour of this nature for a time when they mess up drying a batch of shrooms, or they pick a batch of shrooms that have started to fall apart and rot. this method will cover a large area of woodchips and colonize it significantly. the only problem is, this method most likely wont bear any fruits untill the next season, given that you need fresh specimens to begin with. you POSSIBLY may see some fruits if you start at the very start of the season towards the end of the season, but i would just treat this as a bonus if it does occur. one thing to keep in mind is that you really need to pick a good habitat to innoculate in this way. you need to find a shaded area, preferably on a hill or slope of some sort, that doesn't receive full sunlight, as the patch will just dry out, and once the shrooms pin, they will dry up and not have enough water to sustain themselves. also keep in mind that if one is innoculating a local park that is maintained by the local council, these places are usually dumped with fresh loads of woodchips at the start of the season. if this happens on a patch you've colonized previously, you may not see fruits this year, as the mycelium will be buried under the new woodchips and may or may not fruit that season. i did this two years ago in my local patch with a bucket full of rotten shrooms and mostly water, and the next season (this year) there were literally hundreds of pins popping up! i don't think this method is too overly wasteful, given the abundance of shrooms that are available in season. and also keeping in mind that you are metaphorically taking one step backwards and five steps forward! also remember to tread lightly on your patches, and pick sustainably. even though the smaller ones are more potent....try to wait untill the specimens mature and have opened their veil and had a chance to drop spores. use scissors and be careful not to disturb the underground mycellium network. if one does disturb this mycelial network by accident and ends up pulling out a bit of mycelium out with the stem but, then this should be removed from the shrooms and replanted into another woodchip bed to help the spread of the mushrooms for the future !
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    Psilocybin is today's feature article on Wikipedia

    opportunistic time as well for melbournite's , judging by the recent weather . . .
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    Post your track of the day

    some more nice mellow dubstep, heavy but well defined sub bass sampling female vocals again, nice drift away type stuff. would highly recomend downloading this tune in FLAC so you can really appreciate it to the full extent. KOAN Sound & Asa - Hesitation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JVI_F7kIxNc
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    Post your track of the day

    heres some Trip-Hop. soulful music. :] Miles to Go - Stateless
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    Post your track of the day

    punk ballad of sorts, great track in my opinion Mischief Brew - Old Tyme Mem'ry
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    Post your track of the day

    here is another high calibre electronic tune. it's actually glitch-hop, not dubstep. but it pretty much sounds the same. anyway it's a really great track, almost flawless. very cruisy and free flowing, great female samples, crescendos that drop into an elevated progression of the song. The Glitch Mob - Between Two Points - Feat. Swan http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9VV8sgVSZNQ
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    Post your track of the day

    loving the energetic electro sounds ! nice. here is another beautiful song. it's an instrumental composition that is just heavenly natural snow buildings - rain serenade
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    Post your track of the day

    nice ambient forrest ! the GMO and dense track was great. Labyrinth ear are fairly good, they just released a new album, i think amber is definately their best song. but they have some other good tunes too. and Organika is really great too. i kind of stumbled onto it randomly one day and was amazed by it. this is another good dubstep tune, also good journeying music. it's a bit more on the heavy side of dubstep, but i think it's still good: Feed Me ft. Tasha Baxter - Strange Behaviour[HD] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gmuxbrHc9s and for a bit of a change, heres an indie rock track, fairly good though. i love the chorus on this track Phantogram - Mouthful Of Diamonds
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    Post your track of the day

    nice tracks ambient forrest ! Shulman is great, i've heard a few of his tracks before. his album " soundscapes and modern tales " is a good listen. here are a few of my favourite " journeying " ;) songs . . . Labyrinth Ear - Amber http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MbaQuGoECEg this one is quality. ' red and yellow green . . . twisting and blurring . . . twisting and blurring ' and this is a really great sort of meditative tune. cool chicks voice speaking cool words. nice and unabrasive, with a great bassline. The Peaking Goddess Collective feat. Tanina Munchkina - Organika - (8) Arcana (Live Jam) enjoy
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    Post your track of the day

    hell yeah man! those were both awesome. i went to Electrocado's soundcloud and downloaded Insomnia/Tsunami as well. and i really liked the ambient tune you posted as well. would love to hear more if you have any?? heres another good dubstep tune: Digital Farm Animals - I Wanna Go Home :D
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    good hip hop?

    another group/producer who has great production is " stoupe the enemy of mankind " from his group called " Jedi Mind Tricks " Jedi Mind Tricks - Razorblade Salvation(ft. Shara Worden and Liz Fullerton) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0kds4gSSXM another one of my favourites is a producer known as " Blue Sky Black Death " AZ - Never Change (Blue Sky Black Death remix) hopefully you find somethin you like in this post! if so i would be more then happy to recomend some more stuff! i'm sure i'll be able to find some hip hop you like. i have an expansive knowledge of the genre
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    good hip hop?

    might be a bit late to this thread, but if your looking for top quality production, try this Cunninlynguists Feat. Cory Calico - Mic Like A Memory Remix http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WXq5h0q0OyQ as far as hip hop goes, you can't really go wrong with cunninlynguists. highly recomended.
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