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Re: fruiting
    #68831 - 12/18/99 03:17 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

check out the Grow/Find section of the shroomery. I personally don't know how to remedy this but I know I read it in there once.


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Re: fruiting
    #68833 - 12/18/99 03:23 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

The mycelium is not sopposed to reach the top of the casing. You are experiecing overlay, when pins only occur at the sides due to the fact that the mycelium on top is mainly dead cells. Just re-case it, and do not saturate the casing. It should be moist, but do not let any moisture from the spray bottle reach through the casing. They will fruit on their own just let them do their thing.


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Anonymous

Re: fruiting
    #68834 - 12/18/99 11:44 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

thanks, dan, I knew there was something wrong.
But I still have a question, recasing means I pick the few pins that I have, and add another half inch layer of casingmaterial on top,and stick it back into the terrarium, right?
How come the mycelium reached the top before the pins did? And how can I avoid this in the first place?? coldschock them earlier??(regular cubensis)

thanks in advance for any replies :wink:

B.

"We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars."

- Oscar Wilde



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Anonymous

Re: fruiting
    #68835 - 12/19/99 06:24 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Definitely re-case, but first deep scratch the matted surface. Wait for the mycelium reach half way up the valleys of your casing and then cold shock. You'll be fine.

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Anonymous

Re: fruiting
    #68836 - 12/19/99 06:31 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

any reason not to just deep scratch in plenty of areas? I'm not an experienced caser, but it seems this would do the trick, then you wouldn't have an abundance of aborts either, just shrooms growing where you scratch. and you wouldn't use up nutrients to grow another mycellium layer, thus getting a lower flush? can someone back this up?


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