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    #3445641 - 12/04/04 02:21 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

How many flushes can i expect from WBS and straw? Rye and straw?

Also if i have cakes colonizing and its been a month should i throw it out. Or spawn the colonized portion to straw. It was off to slow colonization but spedd up a little now seemed to stop. Im getting a little myc bi product pooling together towards the bottom of the 1qj ar


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Re: Questions in general [Re: alisia]
    #3445709 - 12/04/04 02:42 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

You have to give specifics, if you want decent answers.

How many Flushes is dependent on type of substrate, optimal enviro, moisture content & size of substrate. Generaly, the larger the substrate, the more flushes you get, if it has a good casing cover & optimal temp & RH.

Straw doesnt hold a lot of water, so it is generaly a 1 or 2 flush substrate, then it contams.

I don't do cakes. But, if they didnt 100% colonize in a month, something is way wrong.
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alisia said:
How many flushes can i expect from WBS and straw? Rye and straw?

Also if i have cakes colonizing and its been a month should i throw it out. Or spawn the colonized portion to straw. It was off to slow colonization but spedd up a little now seemed to stop. Im getting a little myc bi product pooling together towards the bottom of the 1qj ar




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Re: Questions in general [Re: agar]
    #3445717 - 12/04/04 02:45 PM (13 years, 5 months ago)

Yea, agar's right, big prob. and def. can't get to many flushes due to contaminated but i've heard of 3 flushes and the 4th contamed, he was a hardcore grower though, i'm not how well you do everything but you should atleast get 2 flushes, Gl


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