I've just read a fascinating article about people who suffer from cluster headaches achieving amazing relief by using hallucinogenic drugs. I'm gonna have to find it and post it up here.
Great post. I would highly recommend checking out Paul Stamet's work and his MycoGrow products at Fungi PerfectiŽ: MycoGrow™ mycorrhizal products. I can't vouch for these specific products personally, but I have read his books and I use his MycoMedicinal products, so I can vouch for the quality of his companies work in general.
I do believe that all of his mushrooms are grown organically, but you may want to check to verify that for these specific products. EDIT: This from their homepage: Fungi PerfectiŽ is Certified Organic by the Washington State Department of Agriculture. In business since 1980, we offer an ever-expanding product line for the mushroom enthusiast.
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ohso you know the shelf life of homemade tea? I use an air pump, with airstones. also does it matter on my ingredients?
Excuse me while I light my spliff.
Buffalosoulja.... If you keep your tea mix bubbling, it will not go (sour) anerobic on you. If you bubble a mix of ingredients, like molasses, bat guano or most any organic source of NPK, once you turn off the air pump, it will go completely anerobic (sour) within about 4-5 days.
Unless, you introduce a small amount of dead anerobic bacteria into the active (bubbling tea). Doing that causes a immune like response. The good bacteria excrete substances to kill off the bad ones. But since the bad ones are already dead, these substances do not get used. Then later after the air pump goes off, it prolongs the life of the mix. By killing off anerobic bacteria quickly as they try to reproduce.
That has to be done under certain temps & pressure, and in correct ratios to work correctly. It's fairy technical. That's what BMO does with their SPT. That's part of the reason it works so well.
Hope this helps....
Keep it Real....Organic.....
Lets recycle this thread.... myco fungi are great.... everyone should use them.....
Very cool, My bag of dirt says "Mycorise Pro inside"
didnt look this up until I saw this thread
apparently I was using Endomycorrhiza and didnt even realize it.
Medical Grow, gonna be bigger.
is there a type of mycorrhiza that penetrates the plant cells rather than roots, that should be avoided in cannabis plants?
ive heard of mycorhiza causing trouble by populating a whole plant, like mycelium .
ive been using a sachet of this stuff.. cant remember what its called. root magic?
the mycellium are the "roots" of the mushroom, myccorizhae mycellium is the stuff that grows in symbiosis with the roots.
Mong... Using myco fungi to grow Mary is a good thing. It will boost growth in a matter of days. Products like Sub Culture, Plant Success, Myco Magic...etc... are stocked by all the big hydro and garden stores - because the stuff works so well.
Now, Growing Mushrooms next to Mary is a bad thing. The Mushrooms will rob Mary of the nutes in the root zone, as Mushroom throw out a wicked amount of runners.
In fact, nothing grows well next to Mushrooms. Even the soil used to grow Mushrooms, when removed from the Mushroom growing area - has to lay fallow (unused / undistrubed by law) for two years before it can be sold - as Mushroom Compost - to ensure the Mushrooms spores are no longer alive in that soil.
The good news on that deal is - Mushroom Compost is an excellent soil amendment. If you find some for sale - buy it & use it. The stuff is full of micro-life and is great for Mary.
Hope this helps....
Keep it Real...Organic....