Casing refers to adding a layer to the top of your colonized substrate to give a micro climate right on the surface of your substrate, although not needed for cubensis to grow it is a great method to aid in giving your substrate ideal conditions on the surface. Ryche Hawks 50/50
8) Add your casing layer. At field capacity, sprinkle enough coco coir to cover all visible white grains completely, 1/8" to ¼" deep. a. Like Step 7, you want this "casing" layer to be as smooth as possible. b. This casing layer is critical to help maintain moisture and create the perfect microclimate for pins to develop. Done!
If there are lumps within the seed these can be broken up with the clean rim of the jar. The surface of the grain is leveled evenly. Using a big spoon and a fork the grain is now covered with a thin layer (1.5-2.0 cm) of casing soil. We always try to keep the casing surface even while at the same time keeping it rough (with small valleys and ...
something i'm gonna try next time is adding what water was lost only, restoring the sub to around the same moisture content as it had before the mush grew. how i plan to figure the amount of water to add is by weighing the fruits fresh. i'll subtract ten percent for the dry weight like this: fresh weight 1000 grams minus ten percent or 1000-100=900. so the colony sacrificed 900 grams of water ...
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Let sit for 3 days in darkness without fresh air in order to colonize the casing layer a little. Step six: Fruiting Now you need to introduce light, and fresh air. Mist carefully with a fine mister 3-4 times a day.
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