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Pan. Trops... again
    #477758 - 12/03/01 12:16 AM (15 years, 8 days ago)

Ok, like I've said in a few other posts, I'm just now rebuilding my spore "library" so I'm growing out all my spores and stuff. I just innoculated 3 jars of equadors, 3 jars of Mexi's, 3 jars of puerto rican, and 4 jars of Pan. Tropicalis. Now, I was wondering if I'm going to be able to fruit the pans in the same chamber with some cubies? I think pans fruit around 75 - 80? or so.. and cubies fruit around 70 - 74?. I've never grow any pan species before and I was wondering how picky they are with the temp, I'm pretty sure the cubes will fruit under fairly warmer temps as long as I at least drop the temp for a couple days. Anyway, I was just wondering if anyone has grown pans in the same chamber with cubies before? I figure it'll work fine, just wanted to hear other people's experiences with it first.


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Re: Pan. Trops... again [Re: DarK_SavioR]
    #477763 - 12/03/01 12:20 AM (15 years, 8 days ago)

Oh ya, does anyone know the average colonization and fruiting time for pan species? I've heard that it fruits really fast, how long on the colonization though?


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Re: Pan. Trops... again [Re: DarK_SavioR]
    #477914 - 12/03/01 03:38 AM (15 years, 8 days ago)

They fruit at the same temps. as cubensis. I do both above 75 F always.
They colonize at about the same rate in jars. 7-14 days from agar. The pans fruit quicker. 5-14 days as opposed to 13-28 days for cubensis strains.


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