Yeah basically you just have to pick the right wood, I like to pressure cook my wool but there isn't a point. You need to realise these things grow in nature and your not growing them like a lab.
So expect mold expect things to go bad at first but its all okay it will work out after like 6...
Oh but wait there's more..
Last one I actually lowered the shutter speed , but yes they are a blue green when they get older and die. It's very difficult to get the colour to pick up the because of contrast.
Alright so here we are, I actually took it out early so I could get a bunch of shots under different light and settings
No filters no specific effects , just messing with shutter speed.
Not concerned about holding them
Not even concerned about mold, yes that's a moldy leaf I...
Definitely TRY strains from the store just be aware they are slow
This is due to the people who grow them purposely exhauste the colonies to near senescence. Good luck tho!! It very well may work there's lots of sites on it and lots of videos.
Obviously it got big quickly... Glow in the dark...
Its all good guys simple miscommunication. I also have some just hanging out in a bowl xD completely None sterile with rotting leaves next to it, good stuff xD ecosystem for the win..
But no this is all my personal collection nothing wild here. I have a room dedicated to this stuff
If you read up on the species itself them you can see its also known as the bitter oyster. The mushrooms themselves are not that big so not much. I spent lots of time handeling it never had any issues with it, even with contamination