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Iniciate pinning?
    #440767 - 10/29/01 03:59 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

How do my fish go about iniciating the pinhead cycle? They have multiple jars that are fully colonized. some of which a will be cased others that will be birthed. But how do they start pinning and can my fish do anything to help?
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Re: Iniciate pinning? [Re: shroomme]
    #440792 - 10/29/01 04:31 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

For your casing you let them colo. alittle at regular temp. and when you think their ready, drop the temp. to about 75F. Give light....thats pretty much the norm.
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Re: Iniciate pinning? [Re: fiddler4u]
    #440895 - 10/29/01 06:16 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

For cubies of course the casing is an option. That means if you have a whole block of something that is fully colonized all you would have to do to initiate the pinning is drop the temperature ten degrees and decrease the amount of carbon dioxide(give fressh air). Oh , and also give it at least 8 hours of light. Pins normally take 6 to 10 days to appear.

If one is casing , the same ploy is used. All you have to do is let the casing layer get colonized much the same as a cake. Once colonized ,drop temp add light and increase fresh air. Good luck.

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