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Re: what's the best way to humidify a tupperware box?
    #68342 - 12/13/99 06:01 AM (18 years, 5 months ago)

It would be better if you just layed down a 2" layer of perlite and added water till the water level is half way up the perlite depth(1" of water)now untill your cakes have gone through their first flush you wont want them directly on the perlite, instead place them on say a lid or even tin foil to keep them from forming mushy mushies :smile: once the first flush has happend you can place them on the perlite for a few days to regain some of their lost moisture.

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Re: what's the best way to humidify a tupperware box?
    #68344 - 12/13/99 06:05 AM (18 years, 5 months ago)

OH FOR CHRISTS SAKE!!! Sorry Huagi, I messed up........my post for the most part is correct I forgot you were casing though......your best bet is still the layer of perlite but instead of placing your cakes on a lid or tin foil place your cased cakes on the lid or tin foil....since your going to case I dont think you will want to just slap a cased cake on the perlite.....but I dont think it would hurt.


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Re: what's the best way to humidify a tupperware box?
    #68345 - 12/13/99 04:41 PM (18 years, 5 months ago)

Check out www.sporetradingpost.com/videoroom.htm
This is a cd-rom that shows you every step in growing shrooms...from building an incubator to picking the shrooms out of the growing chamber (which it shows you how to build). Check it out!


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