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I need advices
    #875980 - 09/11/02 02:10 AM (21 years, 8 months ago)

Hi,

Two questions regarding spawned horse dung.

1. Should I definitely wait until the surface has fully colonised before promoting pinning conditions?

2. If the surface is reasonably wet, some might say a little too wet should I still case it? If so, what depth casing should I make it and will straight verm do?

Many thanks for any ideas put forth.




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Re: I need advices [Re: growlog]
    #876263 - 09/11/02 01:38 AM (21 years, 8 months ago)

#1. It depends.
#2. Read the casing section of the FAQ.


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Re: I need advices [Re: growlog]
    #876899 - 09/11/02 06:01 AM (21 years, 8 months ago)

1. You should wait a few days after the poo looks fully colinized to make sure that the inside and bottom has fully colonized.

2. You can fruit horse poo without a casing layer on the 1st flush....straight off the poo its self.
You can get a better 1st flush by casing.
Verm by its self is not that great a casing material......IMO
Try 50/50 with oyster shell or Verm/Coco Coir or just Coco Coir.

Casing layer is dependent on how much substrate depth you have.

good luck!



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