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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos
    #297029 - 04/20/01 05:49 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Hello Greymule. Honestly the only jar that should be used at this point is the one on the far left, or the first one on the left. The middle three, especially the bottom ones look scary. I cant quiet make that goo out. Whether its water damage or contamination. The ones on the out side far left and right seem to be coming along nicely. Give them about four more days though just to let them colonize a bit futher. As for the three in the middle. I would put them in a separate place from the rest and give them a week more. This should be ample time for any contaminiants to spread or for the mycelia to continue to colonize. Just a little futher Greymule and they should turn out alright.

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos [Re: bluhoney]
    #297224 - 04/20/01 05:54 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks, Blu. The gooey stuff has been there since day one as a result of too much water. No contamins-yet. What do you think about cutting off the too dry top and the too wet bottom and crumbling into a compost pie? Have a great rest of the evening. Your stuff should arrive tomorrow.

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos [Re: bluhoney]
    #297229 - 04/20/01 05:57 AM (21 years, 5 months ago)

PS- What should my Bud do with the bread pans? Case with coir or leave as is? If case, when? Thanks for hand-holding of an expectant father.

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos
    #297449 - 04/20/01 04:01 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

The white things are filter discs. A glass filter that prevents contams from entering, but allows for air exchange.

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos [Re: greymule]
    #297471 - 04/20/01 05:05 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Where did you get those at? Are they available for 1/2 pint jars?



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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos [Re: magnusra]
    #297474 - 04/20/01 05:09 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

They are available for half-pint wide mouths. Take a look at the EQ post re different flours from yesterday. I got those for FP. They work well re contams, need to keep the humidity up as the tops tend to dry out. Maybe wet verm on top would solve it.

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos
    #297475 - 04/20/01 05:12 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks for the tip. My friend filled these before they had absorbed the water and swelled more than he thought. After boiling and soaking, instead of throwing away the liquid, what do you think about using it as liquid for PF style cakes? Waste not, want not. 8-)

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Re: PIC-What to do these Cambos [Re: greymule]
    #297519 - 04/20/01 06:51 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

You can cut of the uncolonized parts and go ahead and case. Incedently, a piece of mycelia the size of a BB will eventually colonize a bulk layer as if using compost or wheat straw alone just fine. Its just that the more mycelia you have to work with, the quicker the bulk layers will colonize and keep the chance of contaminiants attacking less. But you have enough there to mix together and do fine. It may take a few days longer brfore you get fruits but it will do just fine. As for the bread pans (which are coming along nicely) you need to let them colonize more before casing. To be honest though Greymule, if you dont case them they will do fine to as long as humidity is high. Or just a sprinkle on top to BARELY cover the surface of the compost will do fine. My friend cases her compost with a thin layer of plain pasturized chopped wheatstraw and thats it. You spoke of using saran wrap in another post. The reason behind this is it helps to keep in moisture so the top layer of compost doesnt dry out while its colonizing. And may aid in keeping unwanted contaminiants out as well.

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