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deep scratching
    #614886 - 04/21/02 06:56 PM (15 years, 6 days ago)

is deep scratching mixing up the surface layer of a casing in preparation for the next flush?
is it bad to add more casing layer to a harvested casing in prep for the next flush?


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Re: deep scratching [Re: Incognito]
    #614906 - 04/21/02 07:38 PM (15 years, 6 days ago)

>is deep scratching mixing up the surface layer of a casing in preparation for the next flush?
>is it bad to add more casing layer to a harvested casing in prep for the next flush?

Deep scratching can be done before a casing layer is fully colonized (to speed up colonization)
Doing it inbetween flushes would probably get you a more even pinset, as for adding more casing material, It could more likely be a vector for contamination
If it were being adding for ph balancing, a ph buffer alone could be mixed in.

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Re: deep scratching [Re: Incognito]
    #615254 - 04/22/02 06:16 AM (15 years, 6 days ago)

>is deep scratching mixing up the surface layer of a casing in preparation for the next flush?
no
>is it bad to add more casing layer to a harvested casing in prep for the next flush?
no if is sterilized, use it to patch the holes in casing left from the pulled shrooms


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