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My friend has a 10gal bucket of cow poo filed half the way up, when it was fully colonized mad pools of water filed the crevasses, so he'd suck out the water with a syringe. On top of the fully colonized cake (poo) it looked like little droplets of water covering the surface and he knew this would keep it from pinning, (no contaminates) so he took the bucket out side and let the natural air release some of the humidity and change air, well not 2 days after thousands of pins formed. All the mishandling and opening outside made the mycelium stronger and pin twice as fast, but the shrooms that are growing have huge white stalks covering the lower portion, is this also from to much humidity? But the most aggressive shrooms are growing from the side's where the cake pulled away, he needs good advice from the pros please help! thanx
Although i'm no expert by any streatch of the immagination ,i'd say ya got to much substrate for the area in the bucket ,prolly wouldnt go much past 4inches for most bulk in that sized container just my opinion though.MEW
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