Daniel Tura

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Hi, I'm interestead in sustainable living, mushrooms, herbs, nutrition, medicine. You're welcome to talk to me.
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Eukalyptus is not the best substrate for growing mushrooms. Avoid growing chicken of the woods on it
3 months ago
Take a mycology class and you'll get proper guidance. When you score the internet for it you'll find a bunch of voices telling you what you should do. One specialist that knows how to guide you is what you need. I'm an instructor in mycology and I have online classes about how to propagate mycelium, how to make spawn and such. Let me know if you're interested
3 months ago
You might have too much water in those bags. If the mycelium stagnates this might be one of the causes. If you used a nutritious substrate (supplemented with bran or stuff like that) the cause could be bacteria or molds
3 months ago
Trametes versicolor takes time to grow (at least 2 months and a half) and when it starts to pop takes time for the fruitbodies to form and develop. I think your temp is too high. in that condition the mycelium might fall into a dormant stage
3 months ago
Those interested to learn how to grow mushrooms are invited to join this online program containing about 20 hours of instructions. More details about this may be found at the following address: https://mushroomclasses.com/mushroom-growing/
4 months ago
to fully feel the its taste use a simple recipe: some butter/olive oil + garlic + black pepper + a bit of lemon. This served with potatoes on the side makes a great dish
4 months ago
Your mushrooms seem to be dry. I think you didn't provide them with the right climate. Also looks like your substrate is not well pasteurized. In what regards the mycelium growth, did you poke your bags for holes?
4 months ago
It is Reishi. Reishi has a complicated taxonomy and besides this if you're thinking about the fungus development stages or how the environmental factors act on its development -the lack of the lacquered crust on top is explainable.
4 months ago
If you're using mid-high temp strains should be fine fore you climate, but from your description I think they don't have enough moisture. If you don't have any climate control, make sure that you keep em in the shade and not in direct sunlight. Also best is if you grow them in a closed chamber with some passive air current and not in straight wind
4 months ago