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Offlinejunkskunk
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tinfoil under cake?
    #2356673 - 02/19/04 09:52 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

in the grow tek under "Birthing the Cakes" it says "Placing down a piece of foil, , put them it into the fruiting chamber. Once all the cakes have been transferred, you are ready to induce fruiting"...does this mean you put a piece of tin foil in the terrarium right underneath the cake?


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Re: tinfoil under cake? [Re: junkskunk]
    #2356761 - 02/19/04 10:15 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

yeh it's just b/c sometimes the myc from the cakes will colonize yr perilite or get overly wet from the perilite
you don't have to use tin foil
i use small plates
a lot of people use blank cds


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Re: tinfoil under cake? [Re: muse_sick]
    #2356784 - 02/19/04 10:21 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

how about the lid of the jar???

and then i hear ur supposed to put the cake in contact with the perlite in between flushes until pinning?


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Re: tinfoil under cake? [Re: Taffy]
    #2356794 - 02/19/04 10:23 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

lid of the jar works. Between flushes, dunk for 24 hours in water, then put back on the lid in the fruiting chamber.


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