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Offlinepleco
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How much of a cake is mycelium?
    #4035458 - 04/09/05 10:29 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Still don't have a firm understanding of this... :confused:


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Re: How much of a cake is mycelium? [Re: pleco]
    #4035464 - 04/09/05 10:31 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

all that is white is mycelium, it grows inside the seed, throughout the verm, into the cracks.The mycelium eats the flour, so all bu tthe vermiculite will be mycelium in a fully colonized cake


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Re: How much of a cake is mycelium? [Re: tahoe]
    #4035479 - 04/09/05 10:38 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

Still haven't had a birthday yet or cased anything before... so I'm wondering is the core of a cake vermiculite, or does the jar become 100% mycelium?


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Re: How much of a cake is mycelium? [Re: pleco]
    #4035505 - 04/09/05 10:45 PM (11 years, 10 months ago)

the mycelium will grow all the through the cake


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Stop experimenting half way through your first grow. Grow it to maturity, watch it, learn from it. Do this a few times then experiment with different ideas and figure out what works best for you.


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