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Cultivation / any woodlover preferance?
« on: July 10, 2005, 06:57:47 AM »
Do you prefer any woodlover over the rest?
Any thoughts on which species (or variety) that have the higest biological efficiency?

Since Azurs come earlier than Cyans do they more often reach a second flush?

Cultivation / azurescens
« on: March 11, 2005, 08:08:44 AM »
and how fresh is fresh? Ive thougt of it like just cutted (less than a week), or does it mean that its just so fresh that it not have dried.

Cultivation / azurescens
« on: March 09, 2005, 11:48:46 AM »
what is best way to further spawn SMALL amount of spawn, (small zipbag)?

as the spawn may have been in the bag for a while, should it be treated in any way, like dunked?

how is continuing adding small amounts of pasturized alder while its growing?

in the PDF they use hazel have you tried that and compared to alder?,
we got 2alder species A. incana and A. glutinosa does it matter which? (they really seem to have different wood qualities in my flora...)

"3. The colonized wood chips are used to inoculate an outdoor wood chips bed located in a shady spot in spring. Best are fresh wood chips from deciduous trees(alder, beech, poplar, but any other deciduous wood will work) also spruce and Douglas fir. Dried, soaked wood chips also work."

so the wood in the bed is untreated not pasteurized or anything?

why is Ps. Azurescens and Cyanescens so good at FRESH wood?

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