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shallow casing
    #2296313 - 02/03/04 04:44 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

shallow casing layer leads to small mature fruits? any one experience this?


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Re: shallow casing [Re: muse_sick]
    #2296355 - 02/03/04 05:38 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i've heard it said...


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Re: shallow casing [Re: muse_sick]
    #2296538 - 02/03/04 08:20 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

From what I've read it's not the casing layer as much as the substrate layer underneath. I could be wrong but my understanding of it is the thinner/smaller you substrate layer the smaller the fruits. I did an experiment where I packed substrate into a shot glass and innoculated it, at the same time I did a jar full. The jar produced some nice big shrooms and the shotglass gave little babies. Like I said I could be wrong but so far this is my experience.


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Re: shallow casing [Re: SkunkMonk]
    #2296621 - 02/03/04 09:16 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

AFOAF Says:

Damn, my first casing is a thin substrate layer =(.... I hope I still get some nice flushes, small or big fruits....

Waiting for pinning right now =)


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