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Mushroom-Hut Shop: Substrate Mix

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Re: Cakes to Casing?
    #67913 - 12/08/99 02:02 AM (24 years, 9 days ago)

Hummm Damn good question. Im really unsure about this one. But here is what I think....

Its to late to cut the cakes up and tey to re-case....I say that only because the cakes have gone from colonization to fruiting and I dont think they will go back to colonizing.

Here is what I think might work Dont chop the whole cake up only take the part that has not begun to pin and use thoes parts in the SOS tek only thing is it will take longer as the mycelium will have to recover and then colonize another caseing layer.

Like I said thats a good question and am looking forward to more experienced feed back on this subject.

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Re: Cakes to Casing? [Re: PanTrop]
    #67915 - 12/10/99 12:44 PM (24 years, 6 days ago)

Actually, I have cased old cakes with some success. I had over a dozen cakes that had all fruited at least a couple shrooms, and then dried out because my humidity setup was all messed up. I took them out and ripped 'em apart and cased them pretty thickly in some aluminum containers and they fruited some more.
When in doubt, give it a try rather than throwing things out. You might be surprised!

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Re: Cakes to Casing? [Re: PanTrop]
    #67916 - 12/10/99 01:23 PM (24 years, 6 days ago)

I've cased cakes that have been birthed already.

I've tried casing cakes that have already flushed, with no sucsess at all. Then I tried cakes that I birthed but decided to case before they pinned, this worked the same as casing as usual. So if your cakes haven't pinned or are just starting to pin, case now, it will still colonize the casing layers and fruit as normal. Hope this helps.

The Lizard,


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