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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #406

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I have the same problem Funguy, I can't really decide on where to set up. For now I am storing them down in the basement since its fairly damp and cool.
I want to give that toilet paper method a shot too!
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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #408

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I picked up one of those cheap plant stands to use as a fruiting chamber, maybe something like that can work for you.

There is a pot of water on the bottom shelf & paper towel for water to wick up & increase humidity. There still is some fine tuning to do.
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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #413

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do you have something to measure humidity ?Are you having to mist ?Are you having to fan for air exchange?Just curious . They look good.
I would rather have a bottle in front of me,
Than a frontal lobodomy
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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #414

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do you have something to measure humidity ?Are you having to mist ?Are you having to fan for air exchange?Just curious . They look good.
I would rather have a bottle in front of me,
Than a frontal lobodomy
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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #426

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That looks like a great setup there cultured1, sounds like a nice idea.. I have seen some similar green-house type containers that looked like they will do the job, they were pretty cheap also. I need to find a good area to set it all up so that I can get a nice steady production line of misc edibles going.
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Re: oysters and enokie - updated with new pictures 6 years ago #464

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Ventilation is a bit of a problem, & I was spraying. I'm thinking about an aquarium bubbler & a 1 gallon jar of water. Temps were a bit high for shitake as well so second flush didn't happen, just ended up with Mr. green. Set-up has been put away since the summer, but I'm gearing up again, starting cultures.....
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