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 21 
 on: September 09, 2014, 05:08:04 AM 
Started by Nashimiron - Last post by anno
A bit too much humidity.

 22 
 on: September 09, 2014, 03:45:32 AM 
Started by Dusan - Last post by Dusan
Hi,
my name Dusan and this is my first post :)

I have question about petris, agar mix and agar preparation instructions...
For growing some kind of mushrooms we need petris with agar...

Can we avoid this agar and what can replace this?
And if we can, do you have some instruction?

 23 
 on: August 30, 2014, 05:06:23 AM 
Started by Nashimiron - Last post by Nashimiron
Hi,

Introduction first off - I've just joined this forum and got loads of info from it which has shown me how to get my growing project up to the fruiting stage successfully. For a first timer the info here has been excellent.

I've looked around for answers to this question already, but wasn't sure from the replies I found what the answer is. So I've got my shrooms growing nicely in my fruiting container (a big plastic box) and they have a bright white fur / fuzz growing from the cakes up the stems. They seem to start off with the fur just at the base, and as they grow it grows with them working it's way up the stems. I've attached some pics so you can see what I mean. I don't know if it's cobweb mold or just mycelium, but maybe someone more experienced than me can say for sure.

What do you guys think? What causes this? Too much humidity? Too little humidity?


 24 
 on: August 18, 2014, 11:55:39 PM 
Started by Fang - Last post by MongWinWin
I believe that this is happening. That's cool
For this, I never know if you do not post it, I would not know.
And then I learned the most about it.

 25 
 on: August 17, 2014, 10:49:31 PM 
Started by kingsley14 - Last post by miumiu
grain , brf  or other material used for cultivation of mushroom when added to water they become contamination bed so sterilize them them in any method like pc or steam immediately or discard them after 1 day.
i had 50 brf jars, in about one and half day they became moldy
in my experience i would discard them and  start with new ones

 26 
 on: July 21, 2014, 07:36:45 AM 
Started by cthacke - Last post by fmrc
thanks spam turd

 27 
 on: July 13, 2014, 10:01:36 PM 
Started by kingsley14 - Last post by kingsley14
Hey guys just wondering if anyone can give me some advice, i always like being well prepaired, so i prepaired my pf tek jars last night, so i could sterilize them after work the next day, and when i went to check them, they felt incredible hot and have white mould like spores growing in certain areas, are they OK to sterilize them still, before inoculation or show i just bin it and start again?

Thanks!

 28 
 on: May 28, 2014, 10:20:41 AM 
Started by Davie K - Last post by fmrc
Because I saw there was interest in this subject, I post the Contents Page of "THE  GOLDEN  DOORKNOB", Copyright 2001.  For any more information email floridamycology@cs.com
"A note to new cultivators, Information about the author, Independent Mushroom Grower's Network, Sclerotia, Sclerotia Cultivation In General, Psilocybe Mexicana, Psilocybe Tampanensis, Psilocybe Tampanensis - Bringing Live Culture From Sclerotia, Psilocybin And Psilocin, Psilocybe Cyanescens, Converting A Refrigerator To Grow Cold Weather Loving Mushrooms, Gymnopilus Spectabilis - General and Chemistry, Gymnopilus Spectabilis Cultivation, Using Your Microwave to Sterilize Mushroom Growing Media, Psilocybe samuensis, Panaeolus subbalteatus, Psilocybe Cyanescens - Establishing Outside Fruiting Beds, The Chronology Of Psilocybe Cubensis In America, The History Of Psychoactive Mushrooms, Psilocybe cubensis, Panaeolus cyanescens, FMRC's Spore Bank, A Note On Mushroom Laws."

 29 
 on: May 28, 2014, 10:04:40 AM 
Started by fmrc - Last post by fmrc
I pass on a recent email I received about the future ClusterBusters Meeting..............slp/fmrc
CLUSTERBUSTERS
2014 AHS Meeting-AHMA Conference

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Dear Friends of Clusterbusters

Clusterbusters will be presenting our latest research, a collaboration between Clusterbusters and researchers at Yale University at the American Headache Societies 56th annual Scientific Meeting.

The 56th Annual Scientific Meeting is designed for physicians, psychologists, scientists, researchers, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and other health professionals involved in the care of patients with head, neck, and orofacial pain.


June 26th-29th, 2014 Los Angeles, CA

American Headache Society 56th Annual Scientific Meeting



Immediately following this meeting, Clusterbusters will attending the AMHA conference which is being held in the same venue.

Education and support for patients with Migraine and other Headache Disorders, family, friends, and others who care. Sponsored by the American Headache and Migraine Association. For more information or to register, see Ease Headache Migraine Second Annual Conference

Members of the American Headache and Migraine Association can apply for travel scholarships.

AHMA Members Apply for Travel Scholarships Here

While the entire conference is informative and a great opportunity for all headache sufferers and family, we are happy to point out that one of the sessions during this conference will feature Dr. Peter Goadsby speaking on managing Cluster Headaches.

This dual conference event will allow Clusterbusters to meet with all the leading headache specialists to discuss treatments and help educate the medical community regarding the needs of cluster patients. We will be reaching out to those attending who still need to become informed of the efficacy and need for properly prescribing oxygen as well as the wide array of all standard and alternative treatment options.

Our attendance at AHMA's conference allows us to reach out to the patients and families living with cluster headaches and other related headache disorders. Better understanding of cluster headaches among the entire headache community will improve the diagnosis process and help everyone find a treatment plan that suits them.




__________________________________________________________________________________




 30 
 on: May 21, 2014, 09:43:25 AM 
Started by fmrc - Last post by fmrc
The #48 "TEONANACATL", The International Journal of Psychoactive Mushrooms ("TEO"), May 2014, is now posted up for free read and download.  Go to www.mushroomsfmrc.com and then click "TEO Journals" off of the Main Menu.
Some of the Articles in this Issue:
How Psilocybe Cubensis appears in the Wild, Was This the First Home Cultivation of Psilocybe cubensis? Panaeolus subbalteatus Notes, Psychoactive Mushroom Sclerotia Notes, FREE Mushroom Spore Print Sample SOO81 Amanita muscaria.  Enjoy.  Stephen L. Peele, Curator FMRC

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