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Just one single pin on a very a big health tray of myc, why?
    #1667217 - 06/27/03 01:46 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

I used the corn cob slurry method to produce lots of myc; the tek is very good. I put all the substrate in a plastic tray and it begun to colonize in one day signigicantly. After about 5 days it was totaly colonized by the myc, so I started put the tray in a fruiting camber and added light and faned it many times a day after 2 weeks of the total cononization, all I have is one very strong mushroom that is growing of the deadest part of the tray, which is a very very small(size of a nickel, the tray is 16inches x 8inches) part that is part of the original cake that was used to make this big tray. If you know this method you know what I mean. All the myc is very healthy and knotting but it has been over 2 weeks and only one mushroom, and the oldest unhealthiest part; why?!? Pleasse help

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Re: Just one single pin on a very a big health tray of myc, why? [Re: cuzconium]
    #1667820 - 06/27/03 08:20 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Did you use a casing layer?


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Re: Just one single pin on a very a big health tray of myc, why? [Re: PsilosKube]
    #1669153 - 06/28/03 12:03 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

humm, almost the same thing happend to me , it my first try, did the bulk substrate tray and when it was all colonize and started pining, i use a blonde sphagnum as casing layer and only had about 5 to six shrooms from it, any recommendation PsilosKube???
temp was 85 degres, humidity at 85 to, fanned twice a day

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