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jars:cases ratio
    #1135167 - 12/12/02 12:03 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

question about casing...

at first I assumed that casing got better yields due to surface area.. then I started thinking that didn't make any sense, because then technically, a smaller case would have a better yield off that jar's worth of mycelium.. I'm unclear about how this works.. Why does a PF cake yield so much less than a PF cake put in a casing? And how does using more than one cake per casing increase it also? Wouldn't 2 casings with one jar produce the same as one casing with 2 jars? And if this is not so, what do you I do with 17 1 pint jars? What do you think would be the best way to divide that up?

hehe.. lots of questions


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Re: jars:cases ratio [Re: thel0rax]
    #1135201 - 12/12/02 12:12 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

i think you said it all, by better surface area being available with a casing. 2 cakes, more of a network to reform while incubating, more surface area and material to work with during growth. more mushrooms.


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Re: jars:cases ratio [Re: MickyFinn]
    #1135208 - 12/12/02 12:14 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

the other thing, im a bit buzzed, dont really feel like thinking about it


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Re: jars:cases ratio [Re: thel0rax]
    #1135213 - 12/12/02 12:15 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Casings have more surface area for the pins to grow on, therefore there is more yield. The more cakes you use in a casing, the larger the yield since more cakes=more colonization. Depending on the size of your casings, 4 cakes per casing should be sufficient.


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