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PF - Tek / Re: Inroducing to light?
« on: May 02, 2006, 02:12:06 PM »
Thank you Anno.
Do you prefer using white fluorescent light or natural indirect sunlight?

do you recommend dunking after each flush, or do you go by getting your 2nd flush differently?

questions seem to come to me all the time, but it's good we have somebody to come to for these questions...

thanks for the help Super Rocket Mr. Magic Mushroom Man!!

PF - Tek / Re: Inroducing to light?
« on: May 01, 2006, 03:44:37 PM »
another question.

-Does the cambodian/brazillian strain fruit at below 80 Degree's?

Thanks for the site anno!

PF - Tek / Re: average yields?
« on: April 30, 2006, 02:24:44 PM »
Using your casing method/technique with 6 1/2 pint widemouth canning cars, how much are you expected to come out from this?

PF - Tek / Inroducing to light?
« on: April 30, 2006, 12:06:01 PM »
If i were to introduce the pf jars to light after incubation before taking the cakes out of the jars, would it help start the pins?
As i see in your explanation, the mushrooms started pinning even before taking the cakes out of the jars.

I am just starting out but have done a good amount of research, i am contemplating on which cubensis strain i should order for large fruiting towards the PF style tek.
I have gathered a few strains and am looking for one with a decent colonization time, average to high potency, resistant to contaminations, and pulls out with high yields/big fruits.
Which out of these few cubensis would you recommend a begginer to start out on the PF Tek with...

-Thai Lipa Yai

I am not assuming you have worked with every one, but if you do have suggestions and your own personal recommendations for a starting strain i would deffinately take note into what you'd have to say.

Thank you, PopoeOne.

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