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substrate depth/thickness question
    #314595 - 05/11/01 08:42 AM (22 years, 11 months ago)

Just need a clarification.. In another thread McMan said:

In reply to:

A concentrated substrate like BRF should be somewhere between 1 and 3 inches in depth. Somewhere in the middle would be fine, but the thicker the better for overall yield potential. Anything beyond 3 inches would be of no more benefit to your cropping yields.


Would anyone (especially McMan) know if that is in reference to a specific species or if that's across the board for all fungi perfecti?




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Re: substrate depth/thickness question [Re: McMan]
    #314720 - 05/11/01 11:15 AM (22 years, 11 months ago)

Oh, so it applies to the substrate used also. Makes sense. I'm interested in many species, that's why I wanted to clarify. It sounds like you're saying those parameters apply only to cubies on BRF. I don't do flour, agar/grain/poop/woodchips mostly. I made blocks of Reishi that are way thicker than 3". I guess I'd better refer to the bible (TMC) or the new testiment (GGMM) for specific recommendations.



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