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Offlinethebigchief
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over pinning?
    #1905004 - 09/11/03 01:13 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

i have a few cakes and when i began to pin i exposed them to 2 days of light and a shift of temp from 89degrees to 70. i had massive pinning. 30-50 pins per cake but only a few got to be a couple of in long and those that got a few in long the caps never developed they stayed the same size of as the original pinhead. they have been fruiting for almost 2 weeks with no caps whats up the that.im pulling my hair cause got a few casings on the way and should i expose them to the shock as the cakes or was it to much? someone please halla back while i role a BLT.


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Re: over pinning? [Re: thebigchief]
    #1905062 - 09/11/03 01:32 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Sounds like you need more air exchange to me.


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Re: over pinning? [Re: shakta]
    #1905110 - 09/11/03 01:50 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

The first few pins on the cake, when they are small, pull them off. In nature this singnifies that the temp and humidity are right for fruiting. That has something to do with when season is right for little animals to collect food for the winter, so they eat the pins off. Also a pin or a group of pins is like the axillary bud on a leaf. If the leaf gets pulled off or dies the axillary bud at the base of the leaf's stem grows into a new leaf. So if you pull off a pin in a group of pins the axillary pins should take over and grow into a mushroom or several mushrooms.


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