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By Soaking Perlite In A Colander And Spreading It In A Fruiting Chamber Will Help Keep The Humidity Above 90%. Make Sure To Keep It At A Depth Of 4" For Proper Air Flow. This Should Stay Hydrated For One Month
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The use of a shotgun fruiting chamber is the easiest way to grow mushrooms. It was designed to allow adequate air flow and high humidity by the use of perlite to hold water. The holes that are drilled create air flow that enters from all sides. By using a storage bin and drilling 1/4 inch holes on all sides and placing perlite on the bottom maintains the 3 key factors in the growth process of the mushrooms, which are "FAE" Fresh Air Exchange, "RH" Relative Humidity, and Temperature. You can use any small LED light but a 6500 kelvin/100 watt CFL is the best for optimal growth. Make sure to elevate the terrarium 2" or above.
This video explains How To Make A Shotgun Chamber For Fruiting Mushrooms. Get a clear plastic storage bin and mark a dot 2" apart from top to bottom all the way around the bin. Mark all 6 sides than use a 1/4" drill bit to holes in the marked spots. Be careful not to crack the plastic. Clean the burrs with a razor blade than add perlite 4" in depth. Attach a light and place in a room that can keep the temperature and humidity steady. Put your fully colonized trays or cakes inside on top of a piece of foil. Mist an fan to promote pinning.
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Misting and fanning is an important process during fruiting cycle because it causes evaporation which induces the mycelium to start pinning. Once pins form you need to be careful not to over mist or they will abort by turning black and dying. Once a cap is formed the mushrooms will be more stable and wont abort. By using a misting bottle filled with distilled or spring water you want to spray a fine mist over the substrate and onto the mushroom caps until you see a glistening on them. Make sure not to over saturate while doing this or the mushrooms will get rotten. If there is excess mist just use a fan to evaporate the moisture from the caps. After misting you want to fan using a lid from a storage container and fan them for 90 seconds or until you see no glistening. If you use a powered fan only do it for 10 seconds or the substrate will become to dry which will defeat the purpose of the misting. After you do that mist the sides of the chamber and the lid. You want to mist 4 times in 24 hour period and fan 6 - 8 times over a 24 hour period. This will help the mushrooms growth process. Think of nature when in the morning there is dew inn the air and a slight breeze blows by. That is what you want to replicate.
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