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OfflineKafkaPie
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casing: the time btwn harvesting and the next flush...
    #1842883 - 08/23/03 09:38 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

I was just wonder what people do to prepare for the next flush with a casing..

a foaf I know... picks the top clean - trying to avoid any rot or contams... lays over a thin layer of casing mix (50/50)... mists gently and pop's it back into the terrarium... cuts back on the light till some sign of myco growth.. then uses a light on a timer...
he was thinking maybe, just to put back aluminum foil over the top.. like when he first prepared the substrate.. not sure about it yet.. was wondering what other folks do.... thanks..



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Re: casing: the time btwn harvesting and the next flush... [Re: KafkaPie]
    #1842922 - 08/23/03 10:28 AM (13 years, 8 months ago)

I just pick 'em off when thier ready and keep the casing damp! My casing, the flushes sort of run before the previous flush is over. As long as there is NO overlay, you shouldn't have to apply casing to anything but divots left when picking a shroom. I use a big "eye droper" to water mine, fuck that spraying shit. The myc of my strain seems to cover and eat any "small" aborts and other funky looking bumps left by the shrooms. But yes, definitely clean off aborts as soon as you notice them, thier good to eat as long as they don't rot. Once a casing starts to fruit, as long as the proper temps,RH, and other growth factors exist, it should keep fruiting with no help,"foil, darkness,cold shock, ect."


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