NEW - Sterilized Casing Mix

NEW - Sterilized Casing Mix

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Casing is the product most people would choose to use as the top layer of their mono tubs after your colonized grain spawn and compost soil have been mixed together and have further colonized. Then adding a casing layer to the top of your tubs helps regulate the PH of your product and also adds nutrients and moisture for more flush harvests from the same tub. These bags come the same way the Compost soil does, moist, sterilized and ready to use whenever you decide to open it. It stays good on a shelf for a long time as well, since it is also sterilized 3 times and delivered in airtight bags. These bags were created through many years of trial and testing with multiple farms, they are mineral and PH balanced by scientists who have degrees in Soil Science, Agriculture and Mycology.

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subs-CasingMix
  • 2 pound bags: Fully sterlized substrate
  • 100% Guaranteed : Zero Contamination
  • Air locked : w/ long shelf life
  • Years of research: Mineral & PH Balanced
What is A Casing?
Casing is the product most people would choose to use as the top layer of their mono tubs after your colonized grain spawn and compost soil have been mixed together and have further colonized. Then adding a casing layer to the top of your tubs helps regulate the PH of your product and also adds nutrients and moisture for more flush harvests from the same tub.   These bags come the same way the Compost soil does, moist, sterilized and ready to use whenever you decide to open it. It stays good on a shelf for a long time as well, since it is also sterilized 3 times and delivered in airtight bags.  

Sterilized casing mix bags come in 2 pound unit sizes which are perfect ratio to use one bag per large mono tub.
The ratio for a 60 quart Mono tub is approx.
- 6 pounds Colonized Grain
- 12 pounds Substrate compost
- 2 pounds Casing for top layer (some people use more if they want a thicker top layer)

INGREDIENTS: Includes things such as ground oyster shell, peat moss, vermiculite, hydrated lime and a little of our secret sauce.  It took us a lot of trial and error to get this perfect.

Key benefits of superior substrates sterilized casing mix. (say that 10 times fast)

  • Sterilized 3x and ready to use
  • 100% Guaranteed no contamination
  • Comes air locked and has a long shelf life until open
  • Adds moisture and protection to your tubs
  • PERFECT RATIO OF INGREDIENTS (tested and trialed many times over)
  • 2 pound in each bag
  • Protects mycelium and calls fruiting bodies forward towards top of tub
  • Adds a long term PH Buffer for more continuous flushes
These bags were created through many years of trial and testing with multiple farms, they are mineral and PH balanced by scientists who have degrees in Soil Science, Agriculture and Mycology.

DIRECTIONS
There is different ways to use casing. The 2 most popular being
1. As the top layer in your mono tubs after the compost soil and grains have become totally colonized in the box. Take off your layer of tin foil from your mono tub substrate mixture. And then add the casing layer.
2. You can also grow directly from a colonized grain bag, by adding casing as the top layer in your colonized bag and then reclosing it. The casing helps the mushrooms fruit.

After your chosen substrate has completely colonized with mycelium, it's time to apply the casing layer. You will be able to tell if it has completed colonization when the substrate has turned completely white.

First, loosen up the casing mixture by massaging the outside of the bag the casing came in.

Cut off the top of the bag of casing mixture with a clean pair of scissors. After opening your colonized substrate, dump a small portion of the casing mixture into the mono tub or bag with your block of colonized substrate. You only want to form a 0.5 inch casing layer on top of the colonized substrate so only pour a small amount of casing into the a bag of colonized grain, or if using casing in a mono tub then use a whole 2 pound bag in one tub. Spread the casing mixture out in a layer of uniform depth (0.5 inches) across the top of the colonized substrate with a clean, gloved hand. Make sure the casing remains reasonably loose (do not pat it down). Reseal the bag of colonized substrate or put the lid back on the mono tub. Put the container (bag or mono tub) of cased substrate back in a dark place and watch it carefully over the next several days. Once you feel the subsurface of the casing layer is adequately permeated with mycelium, it is time to introduce the substrate to fruiting conditions.


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