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Grow Magic Mushrooms The Magic Mushroom Growers Guide (page 2)
table of contents.
The Growing Cycle.
This section is relatively short considering its topic. That is because
when you get to this point you are only needed to make sure the fungus
has the right conditions to thrive.
Once you place a fully colonized rice cake in the terrarium it just needs
several things to grow mushrooms.
It needs high humidity,
temperatures below 85 degrees F. and a little light. Once the mycelium
network has gained access to enough nutrients the cake can initiate
mushrooms if conditions are right. The initiation of mushrooms
requires some light and temperatures in the mid to upper 70's F. The
mushrooms can grow at higher temperatures, and in fact grow faster at
higher temperatures. But the fact remains that the temperature range is
fairly narrow to start new mushrooms. Normally, it takes about a week
for pin heads to form if the rice cake was removed from the culture jar
as soon as it was 100% colonized. It can happen after just a couple
days if the mycelium network is well established, or it can take several
weeks if things aren't just perfect for the cake.
If you keep the terrarium's temperature in the mid to upper 70's F. you
will be constantly initiating new mushrooms (pin heads) while
providing a good environment for the growing mushrooms to mature.
This is the simplest way to grow if you can arrange for this to be the
case. Adaptation-16 If you deviate outside of this temperature range,
you will still get a few mushrooms, but the fungus will initiate new pin
heads only occasionally. You will spend a lot of time waiting for a
mushroom to form.
The rice cakes need a small amount of light to initiate pin heads.
Mushrooms are not plants and do not need light to grow. However, P.
cubensis is a phototropic mushroom. This means it needs light to
trigger a hormonal response in order to form mushrooms.
If you can
see the rice cakes, there is enough light for this to happen. Many
mycologists believe the reason light is important in the growing cycle
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is because it provides a reliable clue to the mycelium that it has
reached the boundary of the substrate in which it is growing.
P. cubensis often lives in a pile of cow manure. Once it has grown
through the entire substrate and reaches the edge, light hits it and
provides the mycelium with the information that if it forms a
mushroom there, it can release spores into the air for distribution. It is
not productive to form a mushroom inside the substrate because the
spores can not be distributed in that case. Any normal spectrum of
light that you have available will work. Sun light, fluorescent or
incandescent are all fine and will work. A few minutes of light a day is
sufficient but an hour or two will guarantee that pin heads form if
everything else (temperature, h
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