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Spores everywhere on casing
    #582597 - 03/18/02 07:23 PM (19 years, 10 months ago)

I came home from a week vacation and had some nice fruits at full maturity and their spores flew everywhere and cover about 25% of my colonized compost. Is this going to hault future growth in those areas?
Also, for a second flush, my compost has torn away from the sides, is there anything to revive it? Can I directly mist the mycelium between flushes or should I leave it? I didn't case the compost. Thanks.


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Re: Spores everywhere on casing [Re: cheesyincident]
    #582712 - 03/18/02 09:33 PM (19 years, 10 months ago)

No the spores wont effect the compost.

Are you not using a casing? You should maybe patch the compost with some casing to protect any open substrate. It looses moisture after the first flush, and with a casing layer, you can keep it at its optimum level.


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Re: Spores everywhere on casing [Re: cheesyincident]
    #582735 - 03/18/02 10:11 PM (19 years, 10 months ago)

A layer of spores can inhibit pinning. Do a search, this has been discussed in depth recently. I can't really remember all of it.:peace:

 


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