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pf tech question
    #11368733 - 11/02/09 02:08 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

Ok i had my first good grow and am now ready for bulk..i read the pf tech..my plan is to use 2-3 jars and crumble them up and use a bulk grow tech..i used brf..my question is people are saying i need an
inch of verm on topf of my already mixed ver/brf..is this necessary for a filter or is it just bunk info??


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Re: pf tech question [Re: budflave420]
    #11368753 - 11/02/09 02:11 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

A casing layer for after you spawn it? Not necessary.

Edit: I don't read so well... if you're talking about the dry verm layer, ya it helps, but it's no absolutely necessary. I'd say use it if it's your first run. If you're really clean and on point you don't need one.



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Re: pf tech question [Re: m00nshine]
    #11368771 - 11/02/09 02:14 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

sorry back up bad explaining on my part....ok i am pasturizing the brf/verm mix in jars..i have read some people want a top layer or dry verm to act as a filter in the jars


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Re: pf tech question [Re: budflave420]
    #11368780 - 11/02/09 02:15 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

Also, I hope you're steam sterilizing those jars, you're probably just getting terms confused. Check out my sig, it'll answer most of your questions.


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Re: pf tech question [Re: budflave420]
    #11368791 - 11/02/09 02:17 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

i just read your tech moonshine and you answered my question


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Re: pf tech question [Re: budflave420]
    #11368798 - 11/02/09 02:19 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

if your talking about in the jars, yes you need the verm filter in your jars.

but if your talking about after you crumble your cakes and mix with a bulk sub then no its not needed.

but dont just crumble your cakes and fruit them.  either mix with bulk substrate or leave them whole and dunk and roll.

cakes can be used as spawn just have 2X-4X the amount of bulk substrate as you do cakes per volume.:stoned:


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Re: pf tech question [Re: budflave420]
    #11368814 - 11/02/09 02:22 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

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i just read your tech moonshine and you answered my question




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Good luck, don't cut any corners and you will be tripping balls soon enough.

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Re: pf tech question [Re: m00nshine]
    #11369072 - 11/02/09 02:57 PM (8 years, 9 months ago)

sweet..my jars are boiling now...i hope they work...i am going B+ and golden teacher i think


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