Cultivation of non-food fungi
weaseltrax at earthlink.net
Sat Jun 8 19:03:03 EST 1996
In article <4ov9t2$ndf at rubens.telebyte.nl>, Peter Oei <poei at telebyte.nl> wrote:
> calinkc at aol.com (CALinKC) wrote:
> >I'm a textile designer working with fungi, and I respectfully ask who
> >could recommend reading on identification and cultivation, in a variety of
> >nutrient media, in not-so-strict studio/laboratory settings.
Get the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) catalog. It has loads of
"recipes" for various species. Don't have their address at hand, except
that they're in Maryland. Most may not be "not-so-strict" however.
If you want to experiment with fungi that eat and/or modify textiles, use
the textile material itself, say as a tea with which to make agar, etc.
Most common, I would expect, for textiles would be cellulose eaters. I may
be talking through my hat here, but if so, you can be much less sterile.
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