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Too hot for fruiting?
    #4193553 - 05/19/05 01:32 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

My tub is 79 F is that too hot for pins to happen?


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Re: Too hot for fruiting? [Re: Kalix]
    #4193562 - 05/19/05 01:33 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Also, is it necessary to let spawn run through casing and repatch? Couldn't you just case thin so you can see mycelium faintly underneath and then start fruiting?


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Re: Too hot for fruiting? [Re: Kalix]
    #4193647 - 05/19/05 02:01 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

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Kalix said:
  My tub is 79 F is that too hot for pins to happen?



Pins will form at this temp, but I'd try and keep it between 75F-77F.

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Also, is it necessary to let spawn run through casing and repatch? Couldn't you just case thin so you can see mycelium faintly underneath and then start fruiting?



I always use a thin casing layer. Just case it and stick it in the terrarium. Don't get but about three flushes though :thumbdown:


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Re: Too hot for fruiting? [Re: MrMaddHatter]
    #4193663 - 05/19/05 02:05 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

  Well, I'm experimenting. So in one tray (the big one) I let the spawn run thru the 50/50 casing then re-patched, in the other two smaller ones, I'm just casing then fruiting. Also, I'm not sure if I can get the temps down much more. I can't fan more than 2-3 times a day. I guess I'll have to get polyfill so I can fan and coolmist...

  Thanks for the input :thumbup:


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