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    #18657 - 05/27/00 07:44 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Chestercopperpot, you're so helpful!! :-) Although I know what casings look like...I think the liquid rubber is a great idea!!



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Re: Casing steps (pic)
    #18659 - 05/27/00 07:58 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

EXCELLENT! Hopefully this will answer the next fifty casing questions. Good show, bloke, good show.


Using a fork is much better than using a spoon, or fingers, or a dildo, or whatever. The fork allows for a loose mixture. I always use a fork for formulating my substrate and everything else that requires mixing. It prevents packing and clumping. Hooray for forks!!!

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Re: Casing steps (pic)
    #18660 - 05/27/00 09:41 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

How did you humidify the terrarium? I saw this really cool thing at Northern Tool I think, in a catalog, an outdoor coldframe. What it is is basically steel shelves and a plastic zip up tent that goes around it. It cost about sixty bucks. I think the bottom is open, which would let out the CO2, but there is still much I have to learn. I am thinking of rigging up the good ole humidifier through a hose to the top and letting it all flow around the trays and exhaust out the open bottom. I guess I'd need a humidity gauge because I know they like their humidity around 90 percent, as opposed to cakes that like it higher. I also know casing needs more air exchange, so if you or anybody gets the chance, let me know what you found to be the best way to humidify and exchange the air regularly. Thank you, I'll be busy coming up with another fifty questions for ya! Slater.


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