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Not finished stalled cakes, can I case them anyways?
    #1926987 - 09/18/03 12:30 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Can I scrape the uncolonized part of the cake off and crumble and case in coir and verm still? Or does it need to be all the way?


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Re: Not finished stalled cakes, can I case them anyways? [Re: factory81]
    #1927115 - 09/18/03 01:08 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

i't better to be all the way man cause it will be more easy to get infected
.... if the growth is stalled it;s probably because the lack of air
turn the jars upside down take of the second foil hit them upside down until they suck some air and let them colonize all the way


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Re: Not finished stalled cakes, can I case them anyways? [Re: factory81]
    #1927138 - 09/18/03 01:15 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

If one part just won't colonize you can do that if all else fails.


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Re: Not finished stalled cakes, can I case them anyways? [Re: shakta]
    #1927148 - 09/18/03 01:18 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

i've tryied it and worked but i wouldnt recomend it as a safe procedure be sterile if you do so


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Re: Not finished stalled cakes, can I case them anyways? [Re: factory81]
    #1927894 - 09/18/03 05:34 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

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factory81 said:
Can I scrape the uncolonized part of the cake off and crumble and case in coir and verm still? Or does it need to be all the way?




my foaf rushed the 1st cake and birthed before fully colonised,be sure you cauterize/singe with a red hot blade the uncolonised bit and it should be ok


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