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Re: Cakes into casing?...Need EXPERT help!!
    #74468 - 02/15/00 07:49 AM (24 years, 5 months ago)

First off *CHILL OUT*,

You are probably not using PF strain.
Depending on your strain it could take you
up to (sometimes more) 2 weeks for pinning.

The fluff is generally a good sign, meaning your mycelium is alive and KICKING.

Try casing 2 cakes with shroom-wizs tek + terrarium (my personal fave), but keep it a tad less humid than you would cakes.

See if it works for you.

One word of advise:
DONT FUCK WITH YOUR COLONIZED SUBSTRATE MORE THAN VERY VERY LITTLE. I am talking about the impatience everyone goes through with their first go. As long as humidity/temp/ and relative cleanliness are kept constant become a user of the NEGLECT TEK. This has led to my best successes.

Burp

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I burped and she turned purple.....


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Re: Cakes into casing?...Need EXPERT help!!
    #74470 - 02/15/00 08:31 AM (24 years, 5 months ago)

yes impatience is not good, i learned that the hard way.

neglect tek is key. i was waiting for my cakes to pin for like a week. i went to florida for a week and came back and my cakes had ,like 20 pins each.

they neglect tek key is making sure your setup is consistant enough that you can neglect it.

"a watched cake never pins"

-ar393


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Re: Cakes into casing?...Need EXPERT help!!
    #74471 - 02/15/00 08:35 AM (24 years, 5 months ago)

oh one more thing...your cakes better be colonized and contam free for sure...because when i also got back i had to chuck three cakes, so i only have one left
ar393

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