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Re: What is this on my cake?
    #18481 - 05/25/00 05:28 PM (23 years, 9 months ago)

It sounds like the strange thing growing on your cake is just a fungus blob. It is potent and worth picking. I'm sorry to hear your first flush was not as big as expected. However, this is normal for a first-timer.

Casing the cake is definitely a good way to stimulate more fruits. You may want to try PF's double-ended cake casing tek, available in full detail at his site. It is simple and effective. Also check your temps and humidity. If not given adequate humidity, cakes will not produce to their fullest potential. What humidification tek are you using? Peace and good luck.


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Re: What is this on my cake? [Re: BaldCuban]
    #18483 - 05/25/00 07:34 PM (23 years, 9 months ago)

Hey I have sort of the same problem, I'm a first timer but all but two of my cakes are in the terrarium, and I have picked one shroom that weighed 2.4g wet and now after I dried with a fan and put in a baggie with dessicant it weighs about .4g. but I have a few long skinny ones (about 2inches long, but growing rapidly everyday) coming off the cake with white fuzzy shit on the caps, which i know is due to low humidification. I use perlite and a once a day spray but now increased to two sprays. But I have a few blobs of funky fungus just on the sides of my cake on of them is real big, almost the sizes of one side of the cake. And some of my cakes aren't even fruiting. So these blobs are primo in magic. How much so?????? and what methoeds would I use to ingest?

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