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Magus Test Grows

If you are testing Magus seeds then post your journals here

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    • Boojum
      I think the sheep association is that liberty caps generally grow on the kind of land that is mostly used to graze sheep, occasionally cows but cow pasture is generally a richer, heavier soil, sheep grazing is less rich grassy, marginal kinda land (and that's why deer also, it's land that isn't top quality grazing for cows, it's the marginal stuff used for sheep grazing or left so the deer get on it). Best picking I ever had was on Dartmoor, near Princetown. Not good farmland, not cow grazing pasture, but perfect for liberty caps
    • JJJ
      Suspend your fan inside the box if you can.  It'll cut down vibrations big time.  Here's how I did mine by hanging the whole thing from hooks attached to the inside.  Completely different set up but you get the point.
    • Amo
      Hey, Neville`s Haze under 360w quantum boards plus 50w red supplement kit, from @diyleduk cheers for looking...
    • Cambium
      Yes unimproved grassland is what you're after. I've never had much luck in cow territory. Best I know of is mixed. Cows and sheep, so...