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Offlinephishphan
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question about casings
    #586337 - 03/22/02 02:25 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Ok, here it is people. I have a 30 gallon rubbermaid terr that i will case in. I am casing in bread pans and can opnly fit 3 at the bottom. My question is can i put a few on top going lenghtwise or is this bad. thanks a buch ill keep u posted


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Re: question about casings [Re: phishphan]
    #586640 - 03/22/02 08:21 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

If you are using it to grow mushrooms in, you will run into a few problems. The mushrooms that grow from the trays on the bottom will have no room to rise. You will also have a hard time letting light shine on all the bottom trays.


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Re: question about casings [Re: Mushroom_Madness]
    #587982 - 03/24/02 11:46 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

the art didnt work just put strings going accross the bucket at 5 or 6 inch level then have pans resting above the lower ones but space them so light gets through to the bottom pans.
sorry aboutthe ghetto art but i think if the gap between the two is 5 or 6 inches it will work..


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Edited by phil2k1 (03/24/02 11:48 AM)


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Re: question about casings [Re: Mushroom_Madness]
    #587986 - 03/24/02 11:49 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

it will work if you set it up like this

I I
I I
I __PP___PP___PP_I strings holding pans
IPPP__PPP__PPP___I
bottom of bucket
ppp= pans
pp= thiner pans
sorry aboutthe ghetto art but i think if the gap between the two is 5 or 6 inches it will work..


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