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OfflineKhyron
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are newly birthed cakes to late to case?
    #3337676 - 11/09/04 11:38 PM (18 years, 24 days ago)

If Someone had say 8 birthed cakes, and they havent beguin to pin, could one case them? Whats the best way to go about doing this that is simple yet effective? Thanks!


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: Khyron]
    #3337681 - 11/09/04 11:40 PM (18 years, 24 days ago)

well how long have they been in fruting conditions? if its been 2 days or so then you still could prolly crumble and case em.


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: Khyron]
    #3337688 - 11/09/04 11:42 PM (18 years, 24 days ago)

I suppose you'd just follow the same guidelines as you would for any other cakes, regardless of how long they've been free of their jars.

it shouldn't hurt to case them at this point, check out the FAQ section (at the top of this page) and look in "Mushroom Cultivation FAQ". from there, you can search and find your own preferred casing method.


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: Khyron]
    #3337691 - 11/09/04 11:42 PM (18 years, 24 days ago)

no, you still have time...

here's what I'd do...

Put the cakes into a ziplock and crumble them up good. pour in a bit of peroxide, just enough to make the whole thing fizzy. mix well and case.


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: simplemachine]
    #3337707 - 11/09/04 11:46 PM (18 years, 24 days ago)

sounds like a good idea to me! Casings are better i think but I have seen some Amazing cakes.


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: IGnosticAbhorI]
    #3337799 - 11/10/04 12:06 AM (18 years, 24 days ago)

What simple machine said... but you can skip the peroxide. Save that for when you mist it down. Since your cakes have been changing over to generative growth, it might take a little longer to switch back to vegetative growth again. Give it light misting with peroxide/water(1:10 ratio) before you put the casing layer on. Your cakes can probably use that little drink.

Good luck.

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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: Sam1912]
    #3337814 - 11/10/04 12:10 AM (18 years, 24 days ago)

yeah, I just like the bubbles! :grin:


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Re: are newly birthed cakes to late to case? [Re: IGnosticAbhorI]
    #3337826 - 11/10/04 12:12 AM (18 years, 24 days ago)

I read/was given mostly all of the same advice: but i'd say be careful. While you may not see pins, they may be "on their way" to forming already, and even after a crumble/case, may indeed pin internally and cause your casing to crack and rot and overall perform poorly. For me, I'll never case another cake that doesn't go straight from jar to case.


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