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Curious About Cake Geography
    #558717 - 02/21/02 05:59 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

Hey Y'all,
I was looking at my first pins and wondering why cakes pin where they do. All the cakes but one began from the bottom. What makes some cakes start from the bottom and others from the top of the cake?
Also, at what size or level of maturity is the primordia cease to be primordia and is considered a mushroom? What features distinguish primordia from a mature specimen?
Some of these questions may seem stupid, however I am wanting to learn more about these amazing creatures. The more I understand about them, the better I am at taking care of them and having continued success.


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Re: Curious About Cake Geography [Re: sillvyr]
    #558829 - 02/21/02 08:01 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

They are most likely starting underneath because your humidity is too low. The humidity on the perlite is nice and high, and they like that better.

Pins look like little worms with brownish heads. They get bigger like that, until one day the veil breaks and turns into a mature meushroom. It drops its spores, and then thats it. :wink:


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Re: Curious About Cake Geography [Re: angryshroom]
    #558912 - 02/21/02 09:42 PM (15 years, 5 months ago)

I'm pretty sure the humidity is not a problem, I'm using an ultrasonic and actually have to be careful it does not get too humid in there because water condenses on the cakes. I am now seeing baby fruits on the tops too. I'm guessing they are tiny fruits because they are 1"+ long and as big around as a pencil. They grow so fast!


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