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Offlinefred222
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Casing Question
    #2605677 - 04/27/04 10:20 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Hey, I've been doing my first casing after some experience with BRF cakes etc... did a pressure cooker bird seed spawn and cased with 50/50... just wanted to show people these pictures and get an idea if it seems to be going OK or what.  About three 3/4 L jars of spawn in there, think I might have made it a little too thin... there's also a bought casing in the same fruiting chamber, ignore that plz :smile:  Cheers for any comments / suggestions!





Thanks again for the kind help.  Peace, Fred^222


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Re: Casing Question [Re: fred222]
    #2605774 - 04/27/04 10:55 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

ps, half came through before the other half after about a week so i sorta combed the casing layer to redistribute, now it seems to be coming up (now that it's about a week later) more evenly... :smile:


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Re: Casing Question [Re: fred222]
    #2605931 - 04/27/04 11:47 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

In the center of the bottom edge of your casing there is something that looks green...


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Re: Casing Question [Re: sakura]
    #2606186 - 04/27/04 01:48 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Hmmm I think you're right... damn this red/green colorblindness... :P  I've scraped away that bit, hope it won't bugger the whole casing, lol...

I did kinda comb it, I think I'd not gotten the initial distribution very even so the bit i took casing layer away from didn't look too disturbed since it hadn't gotten near to the topmost material yet. :smile:


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