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Old 10-12-2020, 11:31 PM #1
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Is that fruiting body or are you just happy to see me?

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I've been trying to figure out what kind of "fruiting bodies" these are.
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Old 10-14-2020, 03:35 PM #5
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Agaricus, meadow mushroom, those are the ones you buy in the store.
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Now that's what I call organic.

I think the real companion planting for cannabis is just cannabis and fungi. Also notice how the leaves don't show any nutrient deficiencies.

Also, I wonder if anyone has tried a combination of psilocybin mushroom strain and cannabis?

Just a thought.
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haha. I thought about that upon seeing these mushrooms tbh.

I found out what these rather non-magical shrooms are though. I believe they are known as the plant pot dapperling.

I suspect that wood barrel has a role to play. At first, I thought it was due to all the organic rich amendments, but then, I noticed a rose plant in a nearby wood barrel sprouting the same types of mushrooms. Both have been mulched with alfalfa.

From my research, they don't necessarily cause any harm or benefit, and are eating the decomposing topsoil and material. But yes, I have used this soil in other fabric pots and they don't sprout this type of mushroom, however I have seen the white mushrooms in fabric pots.
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What kinda cultivars are the two colas?
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I spot the oak leaf (i think) ! I have those around too. always want to collect them and use as mulch but they end up being prickly and housing a tad too many creepy crawlies where they pile up on their own....id rather let em be.. haha

Cultivar is Zamaldelica which is marketed as being comprised of classical sativa type genetics from S.E Asia and S. Africa, I believe. I was interested in growing it out of a desire to try a "pure" sativa. Last year I grew Kumaoni which is marketed as a landrace type sativa from Asia. I liked the effect, even as an unworked cultivar.

I'm super excited to see how this Zamaldelica turns out, though. I've had her for a while and she's been through the wringer!

https://www.icmag.com/ic/showthread.php?t=374486&page=5 I have some more pics of her here
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Agaricus, meadow mushroom, those are the ones you buy in the store.
are mine unusually big, or is it another species ?

they're bigger than 10 cm, more like 15 cm, 6 inches.

would love to "just eat them" - sauteed in butter - other than the fact that they could be poison ... I don't know much about mushrooms, other than SOME are poisonous.
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