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OfflineMonkah
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can you make a casing with older cakes?
    #579386 - 03/15/02 05:37 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

i wasnt sure if i should post this hear or in the regular mushroom cultivation.

but heres my question.

I have 10 cakes that are pinning for their 3rd flush. wich is kind of small

is it possible to make them into a casing at this stage in their life
and get more flush's?

if i made a casing would they grow into it and thus get more nutrients?


thanks for any comments or help


-monk ahh


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Re: can you make a casing with older cakes? [Re: Monkah]
    #579651 - 03/15/02 02:09 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: can you make a casing with older cakes? [Re: Monkah]
    #579674 - 03/15/02 02:48 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

yes you can but its probably not worth the effort for the reduced yield you'd get rather than just using new jars. if youre hell bent on it go boil some straw and crumble youre cakes in it but i definitely wouldnt.
this is in no way advanced.


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