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MadCow

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MadCow

How's it going? New to shrooms, I've been poking around reading cultivation tips, and walk throughs, just getting it all together for my first attempt. Look forward to learning and sharing.  Have a good one y'all.

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darkvoyager

Welcome! stick with the hobby and it'll reward you. 

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El_Piraña

Welcome @MadCow. When you’re ready to grow, start a grow log on here and you can get answers as you go.

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Mushinist

Hello and welcome MadCow!

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Moonphase

Welcome to the Mycoward.   Love the mad cow pic.   :clap:

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MadCow

Thanks all. I have been through about every "tell" on the web an I'm pulling it all together. All I'm doing now is waiting for the wife and kids to go visit the in laws and I'll be putting it all together. There will be a grow log for sure. One thing I'm hoping to do is have something that will show other newbers that this can be done.  From all my reading growing mushrooms doesn't have to be hard. All I have to do is make it perfect for them, and they will do the rest. I'm excited. It's all preparation for what will be my most daunting journey to date. The journey into the depths of my mind. I'm excited. I'm also looking forward to learning the proces that will produce the vehicle I'll use to do that exploring.  I still have a few questions, but it all looks pretty straight forward. Thanks all and have a good day.

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MadCow
5 hours ago, Moonphase said:

Welcome to the Mycoward.   Love the mad cow pic.   :clap:

That's an actual pic to. I'm a maaaad cow.

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Chuggychow

Welcome, I’m pretty new here too but everyone is very welcoming and friendly. If you ask a question you will usually get a response in a few hours. Good luck with everything. I will be sure to follow your grow log once you get started.

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