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OfflineBoethius
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Maybe I'm being impatient...
    #649082 - 05/28/02 05:34 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

I cased some cambos in dung + straw (they ripped through that) with some 50/50+ over a week ago. As soon as the casing layer became more or less colonized (2 days), I put the tray in the fruiting chamber at RH 89 and temps ranging from 70 to 75.

The casing has colonized a bit more, but I see no signs of pinning. It has been over a week. Any ideas or comments will be appreciated.

I'm only asking this because of my previous experience with PESAs. They pinned pretty quickly. These are taking a bit longer, which I find surprising.
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Re: Maybe I'm being impatient... [Re: Boethius]
    #649105 - 05/28/02 05:55 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

I've noticed myself that cambo's take a little bit longer to pin but are fast as hell in growth. I cased some cambos the other day with 50/50 and they already ripped through the casing in like 2 days. I'd say give em time


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Re: Maybe I'm being impatient... [Re: goolag]
    #649214 - 05/28/02 07:17 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

are you giving them atleast 12 hours of light a day? if you arent't, that would be your problem. If you are, I would give it another week be4 i start freaking out.


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