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Same yield better mushrooms!?!?
    #1138587 - 12/13/02 01:04 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

I have a serious question that ive been thinking about for some time. I read all over about the diferences between evn pinsets and stuff. But i tend to believe that u get the same amount of shrooms per case, because the case produces mushrooms till the nutrients(food) is gone. With us knowing this here is my question. If the case produces till nutrients are gone, why not casue case to abort all the shrooms, if its true that the case produces till the food is gone, shouldnt it keep producing? thus having a shitload of aborts, witch are more potent.



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Re: Same yield better mushrooms!?!? [Re: SubGen1us]
    #1138759 - 12/13/02 02:15 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

I know what you're saying but

"if its true that the case produces till the food is gone, shouldnt it keep producing? thus having a shitload of aborts, witch are more potent. "

Let me see if I can clearify.  Your casing first off has no nutrients :smile:  Or at least I hope not.  Your substrate has nutrients.  If your pin set is even, your pins ...how can I say this... your pins get a more evenly distributed amount of nutirents. 

If your pin set is uneven, then you'll have a few mushrooms that will use more nutrients.  Even if you have alot of pins and most abhort, the mushrooms that are growing and fruiting will use more nutrients than a abhort. 

Depending on who you talk to, substrates may or may not effect potency.  Substrates are more of a "good health food" for that particular species (not strain). 

So I know what you're saying, but to answer your question - Fruiting mushrooms will use more nutirents than abhorts and the level of nutirents depending on you talk to doesn't effect potency.


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