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Casing Moisture Level...
    #659495 - 06/02/02 08:32 PM (16 years, 20 days ago)

What if the casing layers are too wet? Will Mycelium continue to grow? Or will it be slowed, if not stopped totally? And do you need a high rh to get mycelium to come up through casing? Using a surrounding environment, or will casing moisture be enough?Thanks to anyone.

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Re: Casing Moisture Level... [Re: FarmerD]
    #659505 - 06/02/02 08:41 PM (16 years, 20 days ago)

yes they can be two wet. If they are growth will be slowed slightly. Let it dry out a little before you mist it again.

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Re: Casing Moisture Level... [Re: FarmerD]
    #659641 - 06/02/02 11:18 PM (16 years, 20 days ago)

You're casing has to be pretty damn soaked for you not to get anything. Chances are you're fine and are just worrying! As long as you squeezed off any excess moisture before applying, you'll be fine.

Your surrounding envoirnmet plays a role as to keeping the moisture up int he casing layer, thus keeping things nice

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