OK, so over the years you run into a print that just wont fruit, everything seems normal about it but it seems really resistant to fruiting. I got thinking about this. Could it be that a mechanism to insure genetic diversity was responsible for this? Maybe. Maybe in a wild or near wild strain this could be prevelent in some lines. In a highly selected line maybe we have reached a point of inbreeding depression. Never heard of this discussed, but nature really dislikes things that lack genetic diversity. So what can we do to save the genetics, and below is something I hope to experiment with and see what happens. Now I could follow the accepted method of growing identifying out monosporal isolates, but god damn what a pia that is. So down and dirty breeding, streaking from 2 different prints on the same plate, or I think what may work better is to mix them together in a small quantity of water and then streak to agar. Ideally this would be a small amount of each prints spores, diluted to maximize randomized matings. Will it work, no clue, but it makes sense, at least to me.