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Offlineblurryashell
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Is this normal for a casing pics
    #1611963 - 06/05/03 04:44 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

hi these have been in fruiting chamber now for about 6 or 7 days i have been patching the area that pop up havent patched these in two days now what do you think patch this or leave it 50/50+ verm peat casing been at 70 degrees


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612056 - 06/05/03 05:15 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

These are'nt the best of pics. It could be myc. it could be contam. I don't think anyone will be able to tell. Maybe if you can get a little closer someone will be able to answer your question accurately.


Good luck! :grin:


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: straberyShRoOMCaKe]
    #1612073 - 06/05/03 05:21 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Yeah, I second that, try to make some close-ups. Also, try to spot rhizomorphic growth, as this usually is a nice indicator that it's mycelium, as contams never show rhizomorphic growth.


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: koraks]
    #1612130 - 06/05/03 05:41 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

ok thanks the pics look exactly what im looking at no difference what they look like above is what im seeing exactly


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612135 - 06/05/03 05:42 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Thats a good thing then right? I hope so!


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612139 - 06/05/03 05:43 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

>what do you think patch this or leave it 50/50+ verm peat casing

It?s mycelium, leave it.


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: Anno]
    #1612147 - 06/05/03 05:46 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

thanks Anno so basically you patch to let the mycelium catch up to the rest so now that its caught up you leave it
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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612278 - 06/05/03 06:31 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Next time done let the myc colonize the casing layer as much as you did. Once myc starts poking out from the casing, that is when its supposed to be placed in fruiting mode. If you place it in the fruiting mode after the casing layer is all colonized you risk overlay.


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: Zwieback0]
    #1612300 - 06/05/03 06:39 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

after making this casing i incubated for about 3 days when i saw growth i placed in fruiting chamber and patched the areas with more casing this is about i week old now


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612305 - 06/05/03 06:41 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Once you place in fruiting chamber there is no need to patch. You patch during the incubation stage, therefore causing the bottom myc to grow and catch up to the faster growing myc. By patching in the fruiting chamber, with lower temps, the myc slows down their growth, therefore there would be no be a true use to patching because the bottom myc wouldnt be growing that much anymore. Whats your temp? Might be alittle too warm.


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: Zwieback0]
    #1612311 - 06/05/03 06:43 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

it has been in between 69 and 71degrees consistently thank you i did not know not to patch in the fruiting chamber


Edited by blurryashell (06/05/03 06:44 PM)


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: blurryashell]
    #1612361 - 06/05/03 07:07 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Temp actually sounds fine.  Just be patient :smile:


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Re: Is this normal for a casing pics [Re: Zwieback0]
    #1612826 - 06/05/03 09:40 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

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Once you place in fruiting chamber there is no need to patch. You patch during the incubation stage, therefore causing the bottom myc to grow and catch up to the faster growing myc. By patching in the fruiting chamber, with lower temps, the myc slows down their growth, therefore there would be no be a true use to patching because the bottom myc wouldnt be growing that much anymore. Whats your temp? Might be alittle too warm.




Are you SURE about this, Zwie? I'm not expert either, but my FOAF patched a lil a couple days after he put it in the terrarium because the myc was still growing leaps and bounds. The myc overtook that patching and only after about a week of being in the terrarium did it finally seem to stop growing and is about to pin.


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