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OfflineTMSM82
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Too Much Perlite? HELP!
    #1983864 - 10/06/03 02:44 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Hey everyone. I have, what I think will be, a simple question for all of you gurus out there. My friend has a rubbermade tank with perlite in the bottom. there is a constant humidity of approx 98%. He wants to drop some fully colonized cakes in there but said that he read something saying you want to have 90-95% humidity. Is 98% too much, and if so, how does he lower the humidity? Also, what, in your opinions, is the ideal temperature to grow mushies off of cakes. Thanks in advance guys.


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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: TMSM82]
    #1983897 - 10/06/03 02:54 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

98% should be fine for cakes.....ideal temp for fruiting is around 74....adding more water to the perlite may actually help lower humidity but I"m not sure on that..


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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: ]
    #1984038 - 10/06/03 04:02 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

^^^^

I don't see why it would. Just fan every 2 hours to keep the humidity down.


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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: StrongBad]
    #1984043 - 10/06/03 04:04 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

98% is good -- you want as much as you can get with cakes.

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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: StrongBad]
    #1984052 - 10/06/03 04:09 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Quote:

StrongBad said:
^^^^

I don't see why it would. Just fan every 2 hours to keep the humidity down.




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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: ]
    #1985508 - 10/07/03 12:56 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)



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Re: Too Much Perlite? HELP! [Re: Hertyar]
    #1985592 - 10/07/03 01:29 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

casings require lower humidity


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