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    #16
    I see Myc. and related fungi when I rake the soil & sometimes when I put it in bags and carry it down the hill for a home grow.

    If you have a pile of bark fines or other soil mix, and seed it with fresh primo samples from a nearby forest, don't you see some of those gray streaks of fungus growing ?
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      #17
      I like Great White because it's full of goodies.

      https://www.icmag.com/forum/marijuan...1#post11481091
      I'm probably up to no good.

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        #18
        Originally posted by St. Phatty View Post
        I see Myc. and related fungi when I rake the soil & sometimes when I put it in bags and carry it down the hill for a home grow.

        If you have a pile of bark fines or other soil mix, and seed it with fresh primo samples from a nearby forest, don't you see some of those gray streaks of fungus growing ?
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          #19
          Originally posted by troutman View Post
          I like Great White because it's full of goodies.

          https://www.icmag.com/forum/marijuan...1#post11481091
          I'd use GW in my veggie garden, but if cannabis benefits from one type? That's why I'll use Wallace WoW.
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            #20
            I'll vouch for Wallace's Organic Wonder. Inexpensive and only the fungi known to work with cannabis included.
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              #21
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                #22
                +1 for Great White.
                My Grow Setup 2;
                https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=370402



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                  #23
                  There are a few species that infect cannabis as others have already mentioned. Keep in mind the particular strain matters too, so not all g.intraradices is the same. And you also cannot trust the spore or propagule counts, as the Oregon dept of agriculture has shown.

                  Here's an interview with an Israeli scientist that specializes in mycorrhizal fungi:
                  https://www.kisorganics.com/blogs/po...9d1d08be&_ss=r

                  And an article that explains my thoughts on it:
                  https://www.kisorganics.com/blogs/ne...9d1d08be&_ss=r

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by St. Phatty View Post
                    I see Myc. and related fungi when I rake the soil & sometimes when I put it in bags and carry it down the hill for a home grow.

                    If you have a pile of bark fines or other soil mix, and seed it with fresh primo samples from a nearby forest, don't you see some of those gray streaks of fungus growing ?
                    How? Mycorrhizae cannot exist without roots. You are making shit up out of thin air, some bullshit someone told you on here.
                    For the last time, I'm pretty sure what's killing the crops is this Brawndo stuff.

                    "But Brawndo's got what plants crave."

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by Drewsif View Post

                      How? Mycorrhizae cannot exist without roots. You are making shit up out of thin air, some bullshit someone told you on here.
                      I have 77 square miles of natural forest behind my house.
                      The forest floor is covered with dead trees sticks etc.
                      The soil 5 feet down is full of trees that fell many years ago - with roots running everywhere from the living plants.

                      "Mycelia often grow underground but can also thrive in other places such as rotting tree trunks."

                      That's a lot of natural mycorrhizae and mycelium.

                      People act like the soil cultures they buy at grow stores are only available at grow stores.
                      They're available almost anywhere you can dig, and over time you learn where the thickest layers of soil filled with rotting trees are.
                      Usually at the bottom of crevices, where the winter creeks are.

                      https://www.google.com/search?q=mycelium+mycorrhizae
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                        #26
                        Thanks for that link St. Phatty.

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