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OfflineGrimace
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Re: what kind of yeild?
    #14115 - 04/25/00 02:08 AM (18 years, 5 months ago)

Is casing really that tricky?


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Re: what kind of yeild?
    #14116 - 04/25/00 12:12 PM (18 years, 5 months ago)

Heres my personal experience. The last time I grew, I had 24 cakes. I had enough for me and two of my friends to trip hard every other weekend for about 5 months. I think I could have done better though. I asked the same question about the caseing just a couple of days ago. Hippie3 gave me some good advice. Case some and keep some cakes. If you've never cased before then you wanna do this until you learn the ropes of caseing. Makes sense to me. Dont wanna screw everything up. That would just flat out suck.


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Re: what kind of yeild?
    #14117 - 04/25/00 12:33 PM (18 years, 5 months ago)

what i did was started with two syringes, and injected 20 jars to start, and cased half. then every week after i would start another two dozen. im doing all casing now because i get them to grow better like that.


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Re: what kind of yeild?
    #14119 - 04/25/00 03:43 AM (18 years, 5 months ago)


Lime and h202 make it a safe task. In Amsterdam I found they simply birth the cake, case it without bulk substrate, and enjoy super dense fruiting. They would sit small aluminum baking filled pans in a aquarium. The aquarium had about 1 1/2 inches of water in it. solid fruiting mass hysteria.

Hey whats the deal with the Alien tek? Is it a crock?



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