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2nd, and 3rd Flush Questions
    #774791 - 07/25/02 02:03 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

First off please dont flame me, I am not in the mood for it. I have read my fucking brains off. You guys should no me by now, I am fairly knowledgeable about this hobby. My dog has only done 1 set of casings but he understands the process.

Well my question is about 2nd and 3rd flushes. My dog didnt get to have a 2nd or 3rd flush with his first batch. One casing got the green and the other one had the misfortune of falling off the counter and went splat on the kitchen floor.

IT SUCKED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well this is my question, so after your first flush is done, you harvest everything, patch up the holes in the casing layer.

THen what?

Do you put another entire layer of casing on top of the existing casing. My dog usese COCO COIR!

After you patch and all, then what.

Do you just mist the casing well and put them back in the container and let it go from there?

thank you guys,

See ya later,

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Re: 2nd, and 3rd Flush Questions [Re: malibu76]
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Re: 2nd, and 3rd Flush Questions [Re: Anno]
    #775224 - 07/25/02 08:09 AM (14 years, 3 months ago)

My friend has found that removing the old casing layer after the 2nd flush, and replacing with a fresh one, will give you good yeilds as the 3rd and 4th(hopefully) come. Yes, a slight misting is good after the first flush then keep things as usual. bluhoney

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