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Are there any special techniques used to achieve a uniform bulk substrate depth in a larger than average container say 2'x2'? Also when applying the casing layer to a colonized container of substrate people find it hard to apply an even layer with just the use of eyes to judge if it's level. Does anyone know of a special technique or equipment that helps in applying an even casing layer?
There are several methods described in TMC and/or GGMM.
The easiest I can think of is to first determine the depth of the substrate and then the depth of the caseing. Cut a notch the distance from the top of you container to that depth out of a piece of 2x4 or other simmilar piece of wood. Drag this across the substrate/caseing, and you have a relatively level/flat surface.
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