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a few questions
    #492889 - 12/16/01 03:19 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

sup all. if afoaf births 12 cakes and pulls lets say two flushes out of them can he then brake the cakes up and case them with some verm to replenish a little. or maybe some brf too. and then birth the casings? i think this would yield more from your average cakes. Will it work?? Also im wondering about lighting. when i birth either cakes or casings what should i do for lighting hours. 12/12? to initiate pinning and then bring the light hours down till harvest? or what. Thanks

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Re: a few questions [Re: criminulmindid]
    #492897 - 12/16/01 03:24 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

Hahahaha, you must grow weed right?

Sorry, anyone who asks about light hours usually has grown weed or knows the basics of how.

The lighting just needs to be indirect, doesn't matter how long when your trying to get your cakes to pin and fruit.

Wouldn't go less then 8 hours a day though, all that requires is that they see regular day sunlight though.

As for the casing question, why don't you just case to begin with, you will get bigger yields then the method you want to try. Of course i'm guessing you want a fast flush using PF tek style and then want to cake to increase yield. Dun bother, just pick one, case or not to case, that is the question.

Casings help with moisture but don't help with nutriets, usually after about 3rd flush most the nutrients are spent out of your cakes to provide for another flush of worthwhile shrooms, so casing after a 2nd flush of pf style cakes won't help too much, you may squeeze an extra flush out of them (in other words, two casings flushes). I have enever tried this however therefore what I am saying is based on my experience. With a grain of salt I leave you to your own devices.


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