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OfflinePhilO'Cybin
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substrate ratios....
    #1172988 - 12/27/02 05:41 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

i need help figuring out what portions to use, i've heard 2 different recipes.
2/3 cup vermiculite & 1/4 cup b.r.f. per jar
-or-
1/2 cup vermiculite & 1/4 cup b.r.f. per jar?
thanks.
-phil


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Re: substrate ratios.... [Re: PhilO'Cybin]
    #1172997 - 12/27/02 05:47 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I've used the 2/3 verm, 1/4 BRF, 1/4 water with good success. It may depend upon the verm you are using as well. The fine verm soaks up more water.


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Re: substrate ratios.... [Re: PhilO'Cybin]
    #1173004 - 12/27/02 05:53 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

1/2 cup verm
1/4 cup BRF
1/4 cup h2o (approximately)

The water amount is approximate because of the different absorbtion properties of different sizes of verm.


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Re: substrate ratios.... [Re: dog]
    #1173060 - 12/27/02 06:33 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I use 2/3 verm, 1/4 brf and 1/4 h20. I play around with ny ratios a lot though and it seem that cubes are pretty tolerant to many ratios. Just want to be carefull of the brf and h20 ratios, thoes are what the shrooms thrive on. Too much water and growth will stall out towards the bottom.


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