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Here is my plan. A freind and I found a great spot. It's in a river valley with really thick, healthy vegitation. I think the humudity in this area is high, because all the surrounding plants provide moisture(am I right?). I will take fully colonized PF and cambodian jar's and make upside down casing's with ryche hawk's 50/50 tech and wait for it to colonize. I will dig a hole, and put perlite at the bottom and on the sides(do I have the right idea?) Then I will dump the substrate out in the hole. Can I put a layer of soil over this maybe to prevent contam?? What kind of soil can I use?? Should I pasturize the soil as well. How long will it take the soil to colonize? Will I be able to leave this uncovered, or should I do it like *clyde* and put a transparent contaner over the hole and cover sides with soil??
Thank's for any help. Let me know if I'm doing something wrong.
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g.. it'd be best to keep it out of direct sunlight or your sub will dry out. Covering w/ soil may hamper pinhead production. Might be better to just cover w/ 50/50, jiffy mix or coir. You can always take a misting bottle or squirt gun w/ you when you check it. If the casing layer still drys out, a dome or tent would work. Putting a thin layer of small leaves would do it also, but use fresh leaves, not dead ones. Then you can pick them off the fruit w/o any sticking.
Your plan will work. Are you going to seed the foraging areas at the festival? ;)
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