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OfflineMan_On_The_Moon
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newbie question
    #2606663 - 04/27/04 03:42 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

I am a first time grower and I`m little confused about some terms and some of the english used to explain things here is full of new words so I`m just gonna ask as simple as i can;

I have now made 5 jars, they are all white and it looks good. Now I understand that I need to empty the jars somewhere with high humidity, what I am unsure of is; should I empty the jars on something? like a layer of vermiculite or should I just pour it right on the plastic bottom? Does the "cakes" in the jars needs to be in a whole piece? or can I spread the cakes around ?


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Re: newbie question [Re: Man_On_The_Moon]
    #2606799 - 04/27/04 04:07 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

It's all right here. Read up here.

Start with Chamber set up. There are many ways to make one so you have to find what you like.
Starting out I'd just keep the cakes whole and fruit them like that.


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Re: newbie question [Re: Man_On_The_Moon]
    #2606880 - 04/27/04 04:26 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Get a rubber maid like this. You dont need the humidifier, perlite and a spray bottle will work. But you fan it out all the time unless you buy a fish tank pump.



This was my first setup and it was perfect.


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