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fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium?
    #588253 - 03/24/02 03:35 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

If a proper tray/jar is used, is it possible to achieve fruiting without transfer to terranium?
As I undeerstand, it is mainly done to supply necessary humidity and oxygen. [?]
What if the minimum size substrate layer is used to allow easier oxygen/humidity absorbtion?
Are there maximum dimensions that cake size should not exceed?


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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588285 - 03/24/02 04:10 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)



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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588311 - 03/24/02 05:04 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

Yes you could fruit it in a larger jar such as a gallon size ,or if i were you i would just case it, and fruit it in a rubbermaid/sterilite container , you know the kind you get at walmart or k-mart you got you grow chamber that way which is nice-n-hidden thats the best way brother ............................good luck and welcome to the shroomery :smile: 


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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588316 - 03/24/02 05:10 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

oh yea i forgot you can have bigger cakes but they will just take more time to grow out just go with a bunch of little indians and you'll be set peace......................and again welcome


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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588612 - 03/25/02 12:03 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

thanks..
so i guess cake would be able to fruit as long as you provide the necessary oxygen and humidity level.
i wonder if having 2 inch substrate layer
wall-to-wall in a "shoebox" container would cause trouble. i've read that making holes in the cake mightbe somewhat helpful. has anyone tried it?
as for humidity - spraying on box walls and lid to avoid spraying directly on mycelium..?
Would cutting the cake into smaller pieces and casing it seperately work?


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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588805 - 03/25/02 07:11 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

if you spray the top of the "shoebox" won't water drip onto the cake ?? isn't that a no no ??


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Re: fruiting w/o tranfer to terranium? [Re: serotonin]
    #588817 - 03/25/02 07:33 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I like to use nice rubbermaid tupper ware. I buy the ones will a nice rubber seal on the lid so they are air tight. I make sure to buy them tall enough to allow for growth. I do not move them over to a terrarium. I merely keep them in the tupper ware and fan them as much as possible. I find this works well. The greatest advantage is that these containers can be kept anyware. I also find that if I need to go out of town, since the container has such little air, compared to a terrarium, the shrooms will not grow, but overlay will occur and I can just initiate fruiting by fanning when I return. L8rs.


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