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Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide *DELETED*
    #6713620 - 03/26/07 07:05 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713644 - 03/26/07 07:15 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Wouldn't that defeat the purpose of the casing layer to begin with? You need the casing layer to deliver moisture to the mycelium.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: BlehMaestro]
    #6713683 - 03/26/07 07:29 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

You would still have a casing layer there, just the top, loose layer would be swept away before the myc pokes through.

I just did this and I ended up sweeping about 1/8"-1/4" from my casing layer, so it still ends up having about a 1/2" layer since I started with 5/8"


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713754 - 03/26/07 08:02 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

The problem is that when you remove the casing layer, you damage the mycelium.  Unless you knock it off with some sort of object, the casing layer the myc has a hold on will keep it in place.

I've tried this in an attempt to rush a casing, and ended up with horrible results. :mad2:


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713760 - 03/26/07 08:03 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I don't really see a problem with that, as long as you make sure than the colonized part is undisturbed and not touched by your hands (to prevent contamination). I'm a n00b at this so take these words with a pound of salt. :wink:


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: charon123]
    #6713775 - 03/26/07 08:10 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

If you brush it off the way I did, the top layer simply rolls off without disturbing the myc below. I measured on the side of the casing and I still have 1/4" to 1/2" of fully colonized casing layer. And I can see the myc just below the entire surface of the casing layer.
Hopefully if there was damage, it will recover within 24 hours.

Basically I just knocked off what was not held on by the myc below.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713786 - 03/26/07 08:14 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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If you brush it off the way I did, the top layer simply rolls off without disturbing the myc below.  I measured on the side of the casing and I still have 1/4" to 1/2" of fully colonized casing layer.  And I can see the myc just below the entire surface of the casing layer.
Hopefully if there was damage, it will recover within 24 hours.

Basically I just knocked off what was not held on by the myc below.




That is exactly what I did before birthing the entire casings into the GH being suspended with braided fishing line.

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713790 - 03/26/07 08:17 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

What did u use for your casing layer?

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713794 - 03/26/07 08:17 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

By the way, I am speaking of a 100% vermiculite casing layer, so this may be tougher to do with 50/50.....dont know.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713802 - 03/26/07 08:20 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

yay for same minute posts:cool:


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713810 - 03/26/07 08:23 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Read this. Know this. Love this.

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: professor_mudd]
    #6713824 - 03/26/07 08:27 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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What did u use for your casing layer?

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By the way, I have a 100% vermiculite casing layer, so this may be tougher to do with 50/50.....dont know.




Just for the record: I use an 80% verm / 20% coir mix (give or take 5%).


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: RoachMan]
    #6713832 - 03/26/07 08:32 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Roachman said:

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Just for the record: I use an 80% verm / 20% coir mix (give or take 5%).




Same here, with a dash of hydrated lime for a more basic PH.

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: HSIHd]
    #6713838 - 03/26/07 08:33 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Yes, I have read that, and alluded to that in the OP. I am speaking strictly from the even myc layer standpoint.
Letting the mycelium colonize until a little patch pokes through the top does not really mean all of the rest of the myc is at the same level in the casing layer. This obviously would reduce pinset compared to a completely even distribution of myc across the surface. Even if the topography of the casing is not even, the mycelium will be at the edge of the surface in every area of the casing, guaranteed.

I guess the real question would be if an even casing layer is more important than an even surface of mycelium.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: professor_mudd]
    #6713843 - 03/26/07 08:34 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

By the way roachman, I just went over your 360 experiment.

You'll see my response there.

Good job!!

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6713878 - 03/26/07 08:46 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Yes, I have read that, and alluded to that in the OP. I am speaking strictly from the even myc layer standpoint.
Letting the mycelium colonize until a little patch pokes through the top does not really mean all of the rest of the myc is at the same level in the casing layer. This obviously would reduce pinset compared to a completely even distribution of myc across the surface. Even if the topography of the casing is not even, the mycelium will be at the edge of the surface in every area of the casing, guaranteed.

I guess the real question would be if an even casing layer is more important than an even surface of mycelium.




An even casing layer helps to provide a more even pinset (more important with larger tubs that aren't so easy to pick up).

In my opinion, if you are knocking off the uncolonized casing material then you are in a way creating an evenly colonized casing layer.

However, you are also removing some of the water that will be used to create fruits, and decreasing the humidity of the microclimate slightly.

These are just RoachMan assumptions based on scientific principles, but I'd like to hear an old hand's standpoint on the matter.

(EDITED to also include):

Even barely colonized casing material with wispy growth still has the ability to keep growing during fruiting and therefore the propensity to pin in the future for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, or even 5th flush.

(Using a GH is great in that it helps to prevent contams that the still air in tubs encourages, and yes...IME.)


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: RoachMan]
    #6713896 - 03/26/07 08:51 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

By removing the casing layer, you might have an even surface, but you are losing the casing layer, which has the purpose of providing moisture to the mycelium. Your idea is basically to add a tiny bit of extra spawn and then case with no casing layer. It's pointless to even add a casing layer if you're going to remove it.

Don't worry too much about pinset, it's eye-candy and it's an art, but it doesn't affect yield.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Quake3]
    #6714143 - 03/26/07 10:03 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

The entire casing layer isn't to be removed, just a small portion of it. There should still be enough verm to hydrate an entire flush.

I am not arguing my side, I am just trying to make it clear what I am describing.

1. Allow casing layer to colonize for 2 days or so after initial application. (watch the side of the tub, and when the rhizomorph's are over half way up the casing layer along the entire edge, proceed to step 2)
2. Brush off and remove uncolonized layer of verm (some places hardly any will move, others there will be a chasm left) If you end up removing most of the casing layer, perhaps recase and up incubation period.
3. Place in fruiting chamber and mist/fan as usual.
4. Enjoy a mountainous terrain of equal sized shroomdom?

Also, reducing the amount of uncolonized casing material should help to trigger pinning faster in the area's that would otherwise be covered with 1/4" or more of verm.

I would think, if this method was perfected, it would actually benefit the microclimate of a casing, and bring it closer to the efficiency of a cake. Just a theory.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6714147 - 03/26/07 10:05 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

A peat-based casing layer DOES make this more difficult.

With straight verm, it's easier to use gravity to remove the uncolonized portion.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: HSIHd]
    #6714544 - 03/26/07 11:23 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Blutjager]
    #6714568 - 03/26/07 11:27 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Even though it's Hyphae's strategy... not Agar..... :mushroom2:


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Sillicybin]
    #6714651 - 03/26/07 11:54 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I think what you're doing is counterproductive, but time will tell. If you're going to scrape off the top part of the casing layer, why not just make it less deep to begin with? In addition, anything you do to mess with the mycelium sets it back and allows contaminants a chance to get a foothold as the mycelium is trying to recover. Undoubtedly, some of the cobweb and/or trich spores that were sitting harmlessly on the surface got stirred into what casing material was left, so now they're proteced and can easily germinate and take over.

A technique that stamets teaches is to allow the casing layer to partly colonize, then scratch it up to distribute the mycelium throughout the casing, thereby speeding up the process. When I've tried this, it only set things back, but I tried it on cubes, not agaricus.

It probably doesn't need to be repeated again here, but plain verm has to be the worst possible choice for a casing layer. I've found little benefit to casing cubensis bulk substrates anyway, but if all you're using is verm to hydrate the substrate, it's easier and faster to either dunk or simply pour water in around the edges and mist the top gently and forget the casing layer altogether.

However, experimenting is how we develop new teks and learn, so go for it and keep us posted. Good luck!
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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Sillicybin]
    #6714800 - 03/27/07 12:42 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Even though it's Hyphae's strategy... not Agar..... :mushroom2:




I was wondering if anyone was going to catch that and give proper credit.

I actually recently had to do this with 4 casings.
Two days into my casing run, the very top started getting cobweb on all 4. So, I h202'd it and threw it in my greenhouse, hoping for te best, even tho my casing layer wasn't colonized yet.

24 hours later, the top of my casing layer had went green.

I removed my casings to another art of my house, took a butter knife and gently removed about the top half of my casing layer, so there was no more green.  There was no visible mycelial network for the green either. It's one of the one that sporulates very rapidly as it spreads, and desn't spread that terribly fast.
I kept checking them every day in my greenhouse waiting for the green to come back, expecting it to.
Within 36 hours I had rizo's standing on end everywhere throughout my casing layer.  A few days after that, I had tiny knots covering the entire surface... WAY to many pins to get decent sized fruits.

My green never returned, but I do have a shitload of aborts going on in those casings.
Anyways, yeah, you can scrape half the casing layer off, but it's beter to just have it even in the first place.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Quake3]
    #6715435 - 03/27/07 04:27 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Don't worry too much about pinset, it's eye-candy and it's an art, but it doesn't affect yield.



i must object. after mastering basic sterile tek and grain/horse poo, pinning strategy and homogeneous substrates are the key to massive flushes... IMHO.
if your pinset is fucked up from the first flush how can you expect the next ones to come up right?

to the OP,
your idea is not bad. i would try and do it right from the beginning, but i could see how this would be handy in a pinch for time or maybe to save a casing in early stages of some contams.
you may wanna read up on using landscaping fabric between your sub and casing. ive done some pretty neat shit with that stuff.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Blutjager]
    #6715498 - 03/27/07 04:46 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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couldnt have said it better myself!!! this is the way to go


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: HSIHd]
    #6715562 - 03/27/07 05:15 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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It's Hyphae's Pinning Strategy.

But, I get a few "pin's" once in awhile.

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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: RogerRabbit]
    #6715681 - 03/27/07 07:04 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

It is nice to get feedback from some of the experts here.
I guess allowing this casing to run its course would be the way to go at this point.
If there is a worthy pinset, I will have a pic posted. If not, I will just pretend I never posted this.


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Re: Idea for more even pin set on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6717685 - 03/27/07 09:48 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

In general I seem to find that the less you muck around with your casing layer once it is applied the better


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Re: Idea for more even pin set on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Blutjager]
    #6723753 - 03/29/07 11:14 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Doesn't look like my plan is working out too very well. The casing is pinning, but only 2 giant pins from one side. Hopefully they will be monsters, but regardless, the first flush will suck donkey apples.


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Re: Idea for more even pin set on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: supercropper]
    #6727499 - 03/30/07 11:29 AM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I have had sucess doing what you are describing. The pics in my signature were done that way. Using fine verm I applied about 1/2" casing layer, let it colonoize for a few days, and brushed off the excess. Then I finished the grow using the bulk neglect method and everything came out pretty good. Not the best pinset but not a bad one either. I didn't notice the pins taking any longer than usual to form or any slow growth or slow recovery from the myc being damamged. Just my $.02


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Re: Idea for more even pin set on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: PornoRob]
    #6731560 - 03/31/07 01:48 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

Bunch more pins formed over yesterday and last night, mostly along the sides. Should get a decent first flush, but definitely not a great pinset as intended.


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Re: Idea for more even pinset on casings...or pure lack of intelligence...you decide [Re: Sillicybin]
    #6732120 - 03/31/07 05:39 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

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Agar's Pinning Strategy


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Even though it's Hyphae's strategy... not Agar..... :mushroom2:




Thank you! It just shows who is paying attention! Also a special thanks to Mycota :wink: who had inspired me many times! As far as pinning the less we fuck with them the better!


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