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Hydroponic boomers???
    #539291 - 02/03/02 02:58 PM (15 years, 26 days ago)

Hey everybody,
I am currently helping out a couple friends with their setups. We had eighteen cakes that produced only a small amount, then got very dry. I am prositive that it was terarrium problems, but we got them straightened out. Anyway, we dunked the cakes for 24 hours in plastic bags and put them in the refrigerator. I watched them pretty closely throughout that time. Near the end of that 24 hour period, I noticed that there we several pins that were starting to pop up under the water. They turned black very fast because they had direct contact with very cold water, but I picked off at least 7 or 8 when I put them back in the terarrium.

I was wondering if I could stick my cakes in a couple of pans with about 1 cm of water. That way the cakes would be able suck up the water through osmosis, but would still have plenty of surface area to grow mushrooms. I know it is the same kind of idea as putting cakes directly on perilite, but I hate that messy shit and don't want to deal with it. Could it actually hurt the cakes?

This is just an idea. I would like to hear you suggestions and comments. Thanks for your time, and have a good one.


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Re: Hydroponic boomers??? [Re: tetrictica]
    #539293 - 02/03/02 03:02 PM (15 years, 26 days ago)

Why don't you just try casing them with some damp verm?
Just stick it all over like icing, the dry cake will absorb the moisture out of the casing.


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    #539319 - 02/03/02 03:41 PM (15 years, 26 days ago)

Yeah, I was going to case it. I just don't want to fuck it up. I haven't actually done a casing yet, but it is time to learn.
Anyway, thanks for the imput.


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