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Can someone confirm...
    #1639804 - 06/17/03 03:51 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I have two Cubensis projects on the go (Transkei & Burma). One I inoculated about two weeks after the other.

I cased them at the same time (1 after 4 weeks of colonization (Transkei), 1 after 2 weeks colonization (Burma))

The Burma is now fruiting great, but the Transkei fruits are tall and spindly. Both are on WBS & all the conditions are the same.

Is it safe to make the assumption that excessive colonization of a limited substrate will lead to skinny/spindly fruits?

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Re: Can someone confirm... [Re: Jackal]
    #1639972 - 06/17/03 05:13 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

what is wbs?


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Re: Can someone confirm... [Re: guitarnut]
    #1640129 - 06/17/03 06:19 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

i am not a myocologist or anything, hell i haven't even birthed my first set of cakes yet. but i would figure that the excessive colonation ate up a lot of the nutrients while waiting to be birthed, but then again it could just be the difference in the 2 strains.


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Re: Can someone confirm... [Re: guitarnut]
    #1640130 - 06/17/03 06:19 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Wild Bird Seed.

I'm thinking that allowing too long for colonization will leave less nutrients for the fruiting stage. Hence the skinny fruits. Right?


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Re: Can someone confirm... [Re: Jackal]
    #1640136 - 06/17/03 06:20 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

lol i guess great minds think alike


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