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Casing Timetable
    #971832 - 10/18/02 10:11 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)

I'm planning on using rye grain in quart jars as substrate, then casing that directly. I'm not going to use a bottom layer, just a top layer of vermiculite. About how long does it take for the jars to be colonized (no incubator)? The stain is PESA. How long can they remain fully colonized an unbirthed before bad things happen? Also, the window of time i'm working with from birthing to drying is only 3 weeks. Is this enough time, or no?


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Re: Casing Timetable [Re: ]
    #971836 - 10/18/02 10:13 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)

"About how long does it take for the jars to be colonized (no incubator)? How long can they remain fully colonized an unbirthed before bad things happen? Also, the window of time i'm working with from birthing to drying is only 3 weeks. Is this enough time, or no?"

fyi, most or all of this is answered here:
http://shroomery.org/faq/faq.php?list=category&nr=3&prog=1&lang=en


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Re: Casing Timetable [Re: Bilge]
    #971845 - 10/18/02 10:25 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)

Actually, none of these questions are answered there, otherwise i wouldn't have posted the question. This part of the FAQ is talking about PF jars... i'm talking quarts of rye. Even the part of the FAQ where I would actually expect to find answers to these questions does not have them.


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Re: Casing Timetable [Re: ]
    #971852 - 10/18/02 10:30 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)

>About how long does it take for the jars to be colonized (no incubator)?
Depends on many factors. 10-30 days.

> The stain is PESA. How long can they remain fully colonized an unbirthed before bad things happen?
In the fridge: for months: outside: for weeks. If you store them in light, they will begin to pin.

> Also, the window of time i'm working with from birthing to drying is only 3 weeks. Is this enough time, or no?
Should be.


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Re: Casing Timetable [Re: ]
    #971925 - 10/18/02 11:23 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)

It depends on a lot of variables , i.e. temp you are incubating in is the biggest , then the moisture content of your grain is another factor , the viability of the strain you have chosen is another .
The " Hell Hound " was lucky his stuff fully colonized in less than two weeks , but he is using a strain of Thai(unknown sub species) , in half pint jars , incubated in a constant 84*-86*F , innoced with agar grown mycelium .
Project was started in early Sept from spores , is now in pinning innitiation stages today . But H.H. has lots of luck !  :wink:
Good Luck
3 weeks ........I doubt it very much :crazy: , Mycelium is like fine wine ..............it matures when it is ready , and if you force it , it will not be as enjoyable .  :smirk: 


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