People say they can pick here almost year round, depends on the rain - they say the best “season” is march april and may. Wish I felt confident what I was picking?If your pastures are here in oregun,
We should become best friends!
I will pick for you 40/60 split!! Lol!!!
Shrooms are way harder, contamination is your worst enemy.
Weed, bugs are easier to maintain but one speck of dust and your done with it, throw it away
nice impulse sealer. specs, plz?
i didn't learn to "grow" until I grew mushrooms. dunno, something clicked with me. i've (knock on glass) never had issues with bugs. plenty with botrytis and PM, but after starting with my first monotub -- i never did well with the PF tek bullshit. Bulk style baby. Anyways, once I locked down aseptic technique and was producing enough for myself and friends, the cannabis game was on lock. maybe attention to detail, maybe profuse amounts of psilocybin, maybe it's natural.Yeah, I am gonna keep this classified as pro style.
So what is easier to grow cannabis or mushrooms?
Always wanted to try my hand but they are almost abundant in my pastures.
And what makes horse manure the best? I've always noticed here that they grow in horse and cow manure but seem more prevalent in the latter.
I’ve heard those are super send some my way famStill warm enuff here if we get the rain next week might be worth cking the pastures? Lmao until then ima finish a trip on dispo edibles- theses bars are some of the best I’ve ever ate. 1/2 Bar and everything is alright ! Have a great nite fellas
Spot on. Harder this time of year, they like more cover and the stems don't grow tall.People say they can pick here almost year round, depends on the rain - they say the best “season” is march april and may. Wish I felt confident what I was picking?
I hope you plan to continue to keep us updated on progress. You can’t just drop a tease like that lolthree days post transfer, lookin good. psilocybe cyanescens don't fuck around, imagine by next weekend will need to be doing the next set of transfers then start prepping grain.
goal with these is to build up ~50lbs of wood chip spawn by spring to spawn an outdoor bed. might've jumped the gun a bit but am planning for contingencies with contamination and slower colonization rates on wood.
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i'll do my best haha i'm not looking forward to the prep work for the bed. Have about 12" of matted ivy I have to chew through with a weed eater, then plan on digging a 3'x8'x3' trench that will then be layered with hardwood chips, spawn, and cardboard. The idea is to create a permanent culture.I hope you plan to continue to keep us updated on progress. You can’t just drop a tease like that lol
Yeah I want to do the same thing brotheri'll do my best haha i'm not looking forward to the prep work for the bed. Have about 12" of matted ivy I have to chew through with a weed eater, then plan on digging a 3'x8'x3' trench that will then be layered with hardwood chips, spawn, and cardboard. The idea is to create a permanent culture.
By next spring, I hope to have spawn for oysters, wine caps, wavy caps, shitakes, maitakes, and lion's mane, all destined for setting up a full permaculture system around the property. Psilocybes are just my first love, and the easiest ime, so figured break teeth on learning agar with them and the rest are way more aggressive colonizers anyways, so they can wait.
Yeah, I've been doing market research on the viability of small scale mushroom farms. I'm thinking the best approach is a hybrid one wherein growing microgreens alongside mushrooms could easily yield a lower-mid six figure income so long the right mushroom varieties are selected for use. Profit margins on producing tinctures and extracts are even higher.Yeah I want to do the same thing brother
There already growing up there... So just need to spawn more things that can survive.... Maybe some more magnesium sulfate and gypsum....
Probably more in oysters and Shitakes than growing cannabis these days