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Re: Golden Teacher
    #20537 - 06/14/00 03:14 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Go ahead and birth those suckers :wink: They're begging to grow. Seriously though, don't wait for pins to birth. Most strains take for ever to pin invito, some pin invitro quite easily. Either way it doesn't make a difference if you wait or not. As far as you 400watt metal halide light, I'd say its too much. I don't know shit about light, but 400watts sounds a bit much for mushrooms. I get away with a 30watt bulb from K-mart with no problems. Mushrooms aren't like plants in the sense that they use photosynthesis to get their food. Mushrooms are phototrophic(I think thats the right word?) meaning the only need light to know which way to grow.

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Re: Golden Teacher
    #20539 - 06/15/00 08:48 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

a flash light or a nightlight on for just a little while each day is sufficient. I've even seen glowsticks used when neccesarry. halides are a waste of a whole lot of electricity. That'd be like leaving your washing machine running all day long just in case you needed to do laundry once a month.

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Re: Golden Teacher
    #20540 - 06/15/00 09:14 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Save your halides for pot! Shrooms like darkness!

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