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Overview of my process.
    #1493985 - 04/25/03 06:49 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I spawned some straw/store manure with some brf cakes. They were allowed to colonize for a week at 85f. Then I cased with straight verm and let colonize for 3 days and then patched and let colonize for 2 more days. Then I dropped temp to 70 and began fanning and giving light. there is no mycelium growth on top of the casing nor in the valleys. Sunday will be two weeks since I birthed, but I'm worried because I don't see any mycelium growth. Should I do anything else to my trays? The substrate colonized very quickly, but as soon as I put on the casing layer everything seems to stop. Any suggestions?

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Re: Overview of my process. [Re: thrice]
    #1494079 - 04/25/03 07:43 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

straight verm sux IMO. the guy on my friends couch finds it to colonize slower then oh say a 50/50 mix. you should prolly wait to fruit until you see mycelium poking through the casing layer. just my 2 cents.

I took their adivice gobbled heads and stems, drank vitamin-c enriched grapfruit liquid just to clense, my flem its been, half an hour since i ate em, still cant lose the after-taste from the bloomers, tell me why did i take em -atmosphere-

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Re: Overview of my process. [Re: freestEYEla]
    #1494405 - 04/25/03 11:10 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Dude, did you do a multispore innoculation?
Jim has had to wait damn close to a month for some multispores to fruit ....
Also, smell your casing/substrate and pitch if there are any off odors .... unless you do strain isolation and agar work, you cannot be guaranteed quick fruiting and good flushes ...
Good luck!

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