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How big of a container can be used for casing?
    #426832 - 10/16/01 07:14 AM (20 years, 11 months ago)

Well my grandpappies old undies decided to case their next 12 jars, them smelly thingsi innoculated them with the cheasy P. cubensus strain and they be wondering if they can use ONE big brownie tray to case all 12 crumbled? or should theyi use 2 ones and maybe leave 4 cakes whole and 4 in each of the 2 trays crumbled and cased? and heres a sneaky other quesiton i thought id pop in....them been panicking over humidity when their guage was acutally busted, and welp they set the cakes on perlite direct for a day and decided to dunk them thinking they were dead dry for 10 hours, so now they have MANY pins, i say theyve noticed 5+ in each cake in one day and see maybe 10+ more coming :D adn well the visable pins have white spots on the soon to be caps, this is a sign of over humidifying (frum their panicking and misting the hell out of the sides PLUS a bubbler in a 50 cd spindle cover (works great and a 4 inch stone fits perfect on the bottom) how can they reverse this mycelium growth on the caps, or do they just let it happen and maybe since their not panicking no more will grow on the caps...? please help, thanx all :D

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Re: How big of a container can be used for casing? [Re: BaYarEaEtaRD]
    #426865 - 10/16/01 07:43 AM (20 years, 11 months ago)


you can do any size tray as long as there is a good 1 1/2 - 2 inches of cake in the casing. thats really the only requirement, other than your casing must have enough mostiure to support the cake crumblings/slicings.


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