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A character in a story I am reading has his/her substrate 90% colonized. On some of the colonized spot he/she has noticed little white flecks in various groupings on some of the uncolonized poo. He/she is still in the time frame where pasteruization should be keeping ou badt bacteria etc (6 days). Are these little white things very bad, or what? Could it have anything to do with sub being too dry? Meanwhile, there are some quart jars colonizing in the character's rented out apartment. These jars are almost 100% colonized (so I read in the book) but recently there was a catastrophic temperature change in the character's rented out apartment which went from 96 degrees to 78 degrees. Now there is a lot of condensation in the character's jar. In the book, it said that the character feared that this condensation might cause dreaded cobweb. Are there any ideas of what the character should do?
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The white specs could mean many things, a pic would be good. Wait a couple of days and report what you see. Regarding the jars, you could untape the holes and flip the jars since they are allmost 100% colonized, it helps the jars to exchange air, and also helps to lower the condensation. Condensation can be bad but i think you should be ok.