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Grow Oyster Mushrooms Using Psilocybin Methods?

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Having so much fun growing, I want to try growing some gold and pink oyster mushrooms.

To be very generally, I typically do a G2G transfer bulk grow for my cubes. Does this same technique work for oyster mushrooms? I know some mushrooms need very specific grow methods, ie. Chanterelles need to be near the roots of certain trees.

Info about any other edible mushrooms would be great too! I just have a source for oyster mushroom spores.

As always, mush appreciated! 

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Absolutely you can do G2G transfers. Oysters are a very versatile mushroom that can grow on a variety of substrates. 

Very aggressive myc and easy to grow really. The myc doesn't need buried by roots or anything.

Check this area out to start.


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