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**Cyan Question**
    #364332 - 07/31/01 09:30 PM (17 years, 8 months ago)

OK, I am seriously getting ready to bitch slap my Cyans! :)

Seems as if the caps on my Cyans do not get larger than a bit less that 1/4 inch.I realize that caps on this shroom are small, but I have cultivated them before, a long time ago, and less than 1/4 inch seems very small! I know with cubbies small caps is from excess CO2, but I'm fanning these babies 3 times daily. I would really appreciate some help here. Thanks!

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Re: **Cyan Question** [Re: *HeGz*]
    #364373 - 07/31/01 11:00 PM (17 years, 8 months ago)

HeGz now you see why my prints were so small. The spore race that I have produces small shrooms, even on Manure. Most of the Pan. cyans I have seen are small. The only pictures of large ones, cultivated, were grown with straw in the substrate. I tried everything, the largest I got was about 1 inch across. They averaged about 1/4 inch. I have yet to put them on straw. UNA's large specimens were grown on a straw based substrate. But then again, I don't know what spore race his strains originated from. Could be strain specific? Not absolutely sure because I haven't tested the cambodia strains on straw yet!!!!! They are however exceptionally potent. The ones I grew on straight rye grain were ridiculously potent, but ridiculously small too. 1/8 inch caps, but hundreds per flush. HUNDREDS. That also might be half the problem. The strains I isolated from this spore race were all heavy pin setters, that's why I went bulk with manure, about 4- 5 inches thick worth. But size did not increase in relation to the increased substrate depth. Alot of uncertainty yet to be worked out. Poor print size, but hey, the print I got from sporeworks was about the same size.
Curious, how large was the print you got from Ralphster?

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