http://www.shroomery.org/9609/TheNewGuys-Outdoor-Tek#1 gather your colonized spawn
#2 gather your unpasteurized horse poo in a plastic bag
#3 over hydrate the poo in the plastic bag, (don't worry the poo will dry out on the ground) the plastic bag is mainly for transporting to a remote location.
#4 crumble a bottom layer of horse poo in a very shady area, (a circle or a line like a row will work) cover all the ground so it is a solid patty.
#5 shake & apply your spawn on top of the layer you just placed down,
#6 crumble more horse poo on top of the spawn to cover it like a casing layer to protect the spawn from contams & drying out.
#7 keep the patch well hydrated and wait for the harvest.
It's that easy, no digging holes or soaking straw, simply wetting the manure will hydrate it enough. If you even wanted to you could also bump up the Nitrogen level by adding 1 Tsp. of bloodmeal to 8 cups of horse manure. A lazy man/woman can simply sprinkle the bloodmeal on the top of the patch and let it wash into the patch over time instead of pre-mixing & messuring. the problem with this is the unknown messurements, so if you are lazy aim lowwer better than too high or else your work will be all for nothing, and you mycelium will be chemically burned.
Good Luck and Happy Growing
Tava pensando em fazer um desses por aqui, dentro da mata atlântica.
Tentei procurar relatos parecidos, mas vi poucos tão simples quanto esse.
Tenho um copo com milho sendo colonizado
A ideia seria inocular uns 5 kg de estrume (não pasteurizado) com esse copo. 3 kg numa camada, o milho distribuido e +2 kg em cima. Manter umido borrifando água a cada 2 dias. Possivelmente preparar algum inseticida natural (com tabaco, pimenta...) e borrifar nas redondezas.
Que acham, será que dá certo?