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Primordia in dry verm. layer??
    #856829 - 09/01/02 07:53 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

There's 3 primordia growing in a fully colonized jar of GT, but only in the upper dry verm. layer. No other pinning is goin' on in the rest of the mycellium..is this normal? do we birth? WTF? yah...

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Re: Primordia in dry verm. layer?? [Re: SerialAddikt]
    #858160 - 09/02/02 09:05 AM (20 years, 3 months ago)

noone is answering this question, why? :wink:

first of all, there is no such rule as "every primordia or pin will eventually become a shroom" so i suppose that those primordia you see, if they r really so, will most likely fail to be grown shrooms, if they are on dry vermiculite layer. they are condemned to be fucked okee. :smile:

imho, if u think that colonization of jars needs patience, then be prepared that fruiting needs a fuckin lot more patience! sometimes you wait and wait and wait and nothing happend and then voila! shrooms everywhere in one night!

some people say that we should wait for pins to form inside the jar of a pf cake and then birth. i never did that, i may be wrong. as soon as the cake is 101% colonized, i birth it in low temps and high humidity and forget about it. it works this way.

hope i helped somehow

Kykeon  :grin:
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Edited by kykeon (09/02/02 09:09 AM)

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    #858294 - 09/02/02 01:42 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)


Fascism (fash'izem) n. A governmental system marked by a centralized dictatorship, stringent socioeconomic controls, and often belligerent nationalism. see also: the Bush Administration.

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Re: Primordia in dry verm. layer?? [Re: dog]
    #858372 - 09/02/02 03:11 PM (20 years, 3 months ago)

Agree it's birhtday time!

The bus came by and I got on that's when it all began!

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