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OfflineXxMuSHRooMHeaDxX
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Handling of cakes
    #480489 - 12/05/01 09:41 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

What are the effects and limitations concerning this ? Ive read some places that no growth will come from touched surface aera , and ive read oppistite. just curious because i dont see how one could do anything with a cake without touching it (not using the jar top method) Thx for any help.Peace

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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: XxMuSHRooMHeaDxX]
    #480493 - 12/05/01 09:53 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

I touch and crumble my cakes every time I do a casing. I have never noticed an area that does not grow because I touched it.

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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: frank_grimes]
    #480498 - 12/05/01 10:09 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Sorry left out some minor info , the cakes being disscussed wont be being cased , just growing via cake method , i apologize for not bieing clearer . With that being said .......


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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: XxMuSHRooMHeaDxX]
    #480699 - 12/05/01 02:58 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Seeking more info on this , help please .
Also an added thought along with the above,
when picking using the twist and pull method does or will that cause harm to any of the surface aera ?

it seems pretty crude to just rip a shroom off but i know it any matter left could be a doorway to contams , will more pins be able to form from the same plucked spot ?

what if many pins are attached to the ready to be picked shroom at the base , what should be done ?

Thx for any help yo . Peace

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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: XxMuSHRooMHeaDxX]
    #481065 - 12/05/01 07:56 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

BWoMP

ANYBODY ???


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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: XxMuSHRooMHeaDxX]
    #481076 - 12/05/01 08:06 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Minor handling of the cakes, may cause some bruising, but most of the time the mycillium will recover just fine. I've never had problems with twist and pull, it will not harm the cakes.


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Re: Handling of cakes [Re: dedhead]
    #481114 - 12/05/01 08:34 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

What about furture growth/pinning from the plucked spot ?
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