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    #834272 - 08/21/02 08:27 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

Tonight my cat was able to pick 7 umm shitake mushrooms who's veils just broke from his first casing (Scotts 3-1, verm). They weighed in at 96 grams wet, and there are still many many more maturing. The cat decided not to pick them all at once, but when the next veils break the cat will and put some coir down (which was not done before the first pins). The cat would like to thank everyone for without this combined knowledge, the cat would of never had done its first cake.

These mushrooms look alot nicer than the cake ones, maybe because the fruits are larger and the fibers in the stalks is more noticable. The caps look much better as well, you can see how the veil stretched as its still attached to some of the caps. Truly a wonderful sight. I never really noticed too much of that with fruits from cakes. I can without a doubt say I will never do another cake again, unless its being used as spawn.

Now I got to go help the cat drag out and clean up the pods, and terraiums...

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Re: Thanks Shroomerites.... [Re: Drummer]
    #834290 - 08/21/02 08:34 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

I fruited cakes once too, just once.


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Re: Thanks Shroomerites.... [Re: Drummer]
    #834572 - 08/21/02 10:22 PM (14 years, 4 months ago)

cool stuff man.........

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