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Re: Casings and even flushes? [Re: NuShroomPharmerII]
    #318011 - 05/15/01 06:33 PM (17 years, 12 days ago)

You need an even substrate and casing layers. Try picking these early "volunteers" and wait for a real flush.



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Re: Casings and even flushes? [Re: NuShroomPharmerII]
    #318047 - 05/15/01 07:16 PM (17 years, 12 days ago)

No, a deeper substrate layer helps. How long has it been since pins formed? You may have more by the morning.
It becomes a judgement call. If you haven`t seen new pins in a few days, I would go ahead and pick that casing clean, and resume misting. It should flush heavy.



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Re: Casings and even flushes? [Re: NuShroomPharmerII]
    #318090 - 05/15/01 08:20 PM (17 years, 12 days ago)

One other thing to think about, if conditions are sufficiently sub-optimal for pinning on the surface of the casing, and if the substrate shrinks a tiny bit, your tray could preferrentially start pinning on the sides. The humidity might be better, the tray may leak light down the sides, a variety of possible reasons. Try to fill the cracks [if any] as early as possible. I've seen few trays do this, some worse than others. One cambodian was about to be pitched ["nothing is happening after 2 weeks!!"], and when it was inverted and dumped into the can, lo and behold, a shitload of thin, spindly, wandering fruits across the sides and bottom.



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