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Sorry to bother the forum again with pretty much the same question, but my jars colonized very rapidly and nicely and then...essentially stopped at 95%. The bottoms of the jars are barely moving, if at all...following this forum's advice, I turned the jars upside down. Nothing. Then I slapped the jars lightly to create space between bottom of jars and cake to encourage more air flow. Nothing. It's a shame, because I was sure the jars were all going to work out...
Temp in the room is about 80F. Any advice? Would putting them on a heating pad work? Can I burn uncolonized areas and birth them? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Hi there, I'm new to this. I was wandering, how long did it take for you to spot initial signs of colonization? my grow is just under a week and I've got no sign so far. Temp is set to optimal using a thermostat. thanks
On my first grow, it took 8 days to spot growth in some jars, and about 15 days for all my jars to show life. The strains were Z-Strain, and B+. One jar didn't show any life after 2 and half or 3 weeks in, so I took it outside, dumped it, cleaned it, and placed it with my other jars.
4 weeks is a long time to be waiting. What's the strain? How did you store the spores?
How would you feel if aliens abducted you; measured, weighted, and probed you then returning you to your home and did the same thing, every 219 days from your conception until you were 18 years old? Well that's basically the same thing here.