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Patching After Picking...
    #4642604 - 09/10/05 05:15 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

So how do I do this?

I'm going to PC the casing layer no matter what, because I feel better.

So do I:

-Cut the mushroom as close to the casing layer as possible, or cut into the casing layer?

-Put a small patch over this area?

-What is there is still some mushroom stem left on the casing layer?




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I will be picking soon..

Thank you... :smile:


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Re: Patching After Picking... [Re: Original]
    #4642661 - 09/10/05 05:34 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

to pick get as close to the base of the shroom as you can and gently twist it until it pops loose. if any parts break off get in there with some tweezers or something and get it out. they will rot in the casing layer and open it up to contams.
there are spots that need a little casing mix after picking, so just fill them in. i just mist really good after the first flush but some like to dunk, you will have to figure that one out for yourself.
best of luck
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Re: Patching After Picking... [Re: Original]
    #4642670 - 09/10/05 05:36 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

Grab them near the base and twist as you pull it out and it should pop loose from the casing layer cleanly. If it doesn't then use a clean razor blade or tweezers to get the base out. You don't want to leave it there It will just rot..


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