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OfflineCrzyMoFuCkEr420
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Question on fruiting the Orisis Strain
    #933668 - 10/05/02 02:30 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

I have a few pint jars that are colonized and ready to be fruited. I have been told that the Orisis strain doesn't do well in cake form when fruiting. Is this true or not? And is there a way that you can fruit them without making a casing? I appreciate any helpful info.

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Re: Question on fruiting the Orisis Strain [Re: CrzyMoFuCkEr420]
    #933673 - 10/05/02 02:33 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

I heard they certainly love POO! But I guess all mush like poo...


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Re: Question on fruiting the Orisis Strain [Re: CrzyMoFuCkEr420]
    #933749 - 10/05/02 03:17 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah Orissa India's like poo better than they like cakes.

I have grown some 22" monsters on the horse poo.

They love the poo!



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Re: Question on fruiting the Orisis Strain [Re: CrzyMoFuCkEr420]
    #933821 - 10/05/02 04:10 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

i pretty much use orissa's exclusively. dont birth cakes. at the very least case it 50/50+. best case, you should spawn poo, but i have had great results spawning pints of birdseed into mycobags of scotts 3 in 1 compost. 1:8 ratio. 2 bags per rubbermade box.
good luck to you on whatever you decide.


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