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OfflineFlux
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pormans pod, bad for casing?
    #1784421 - 08/06/03 10:31 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

I was hoping if I could get some feedback this by on anybody w/ some experience on using casings w/ the poor mans pod. So far I'm not getting any humidity w/ it. The water table was kind of high but I lowered that to well beyond an inch below the hydroton level and have blocked off any holes that moisture might escape from and still not a damn thing :shake:. I'm thinking that the casing containers are taking up too much room over the hydroton and hindering the wicking action of the hydroton. Any advice?   


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    #1784423 - 08/06/03 10:32 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

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Re: pormans pod, bad for casing? [Re: LiL_KuSsH]
    #1784452 - 08/06/03 10:54 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

For starters you want the water level to be about 1/4 of an inch below the Geo-lite. It helps wick moisture into the casing cake. Therefore it's a good idea to do a double sided casing as grains do not abosorb moisture that well in a contraption like this.

Personally I think the best way to handle casings in a pod is equal parts colonized grains and casing material. Mixed together rather then layers.


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