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OfflineShroomdude
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keep cakes from drying out
    #407945 - 09/28/01 11:45 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

I was just wondering how to keep cakes from becoming dehydrated while colonizing in brf/verm. Is there a better substrate to use that will keep the cakes more moist when the time comes to birth? This is for P. Cub. btw.

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Re: keep cakes from drying out [Re: Shroomdude]
    #407951 - 09/28/01 11:57 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

if there is such, i have not heard of it. there's been a lot of experimentation on the subject. this is the reason it is done in a semi-sealed jar, to maintain the ideal environment.

if you are having a problem, go back to read the original PF tek and see if you are following it closely enogh.



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Re: keep cakes from drying out [Re: Shroomdude]
    #407964 - 09/29/01 12:18 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

maybe you could put them in youre terrarium (high humidty, but dont give it light) i have never really had a problem with this though. i think it happened when i used a manure added substrate when i grew the pan cyans, but that was different. try using a finch seed substrate, it seems to hold more water.

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