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Old April 30, 2014   #136
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Blog post on the process is now posted! chriskafer.wordpress.com
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great post!
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that's the jist of it, drill a hole and then hammer in the plug with a mallet, some people will then seal the hole with beeswax. for someone with a farm and logs log growing is the easiest way to go, it takes a while before you see fruits but once they start they'll produce whenever conditions are right. if you love mushrooms definitely give it a shot!

for a 4 foot log about four inches in diameter you need 20-30 plugs, more will make it colonize faster and less will colonize slower
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New blog post (link in sig) I've been playing with some indoor mushroom growing.
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