Jacks chamber

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    These are some Aspen oysters that I cloned off of a beautiful cluster that I found locally. Yesterday at hit 87 in my grow chamber and there's still quite beautiful compared to the Phoenix oysters that have small fragile caps, I'm assuming it's because of the high temperatures
     

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    It got up to 87° in my chamber 3 days in a row so im surprised these blocks even pinned. They dont look half bad considering
     

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    Getting some really nice sized fruits. I think i could push the moisture content of the substrate up a few %
     

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    Wow. Nice !:b&b:
     
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    They actually tore the bag open from a small x
     

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    That's awesome ! Excellent job.