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Rubbermaid Casings? Square footage??
    #1974458 - 10/02/03 11:55 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

bob finished several logs now and have a fairly consistent yield with them, however bob's been curious about trying a large straw casing in a rubbermaid tub. bob saw Hippie's post on the bulk neglect tek and that was roughly what bob is looking for. About 1-2 Oz dry per square foot bob believe's was his equation but he used poo as well. Bob is planning on having roughly 2-4 sq. ft. and about 4 inches deep of straw and rye grain. bob was curious if anyone could point bob in the direction of one of their grow logs or some insight about this method and yielding, watering upkeep, contams....etc...

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Lamik


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Re: Rubbermaid Casings? Square footage?? [Re: lamik4]
    #1974594 - 10/03/03 12:36 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Bob...my foaf has tried the bulk neglect, its definatly well worth it, watering and such is not a problem, contams dont seem to be a problem, but the substrate in that tek is 8 inches deep, the manure/straw combo makes some downright huge fruits, and its a great yielder, my FOAF highly recomends it.


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Re: Rubbermaid Casings? Square footage?? [Re: GregHimself]
    #1974718 - 10/03/03 01:28 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)

One of my foafs wanted to try that, he's still having trouble with contams though :frown: :frown:


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