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Offlinethisone
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wet mycelium
    #1046302 - 11/12/02 03:02 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I noticed that the mycelium in the jars is a bit wet. Is this a problem? I thought the jars were too dry before so I don't want to crack the lid because I live in an extremely dry climate. They are in an incubator.


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Re: wet mycelium [Re: thisone]
    #1046397 - 11/12/02 03:32 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

there is no dicoloration and it is just condesation on the jars which was there... only now there is myc there too.


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Re: wet mycelium [Re: thisone]
    #1046404 - 11/12/02 03:38 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Hey bud!

The H2O is just condensation from the mycelium, if there isn't too much water collecting in the bottom of the jars you'll be ok.
If there is too much water, then perhaps just unscrew the lids a bit to let the water
escape as needed!


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Re: wet mycelium [Re: Greasehoot]
    #1046418 - 11/12/02 03:44 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

no water collecting on the bottom so I gues I'm in the clear.


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Re: wet mycelium [Re: thisone]
    #1046441 - 11/12/02 03:53 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I frequently have a little bit of water start to pool on the bottom of my quart jars of grain when they are nearing 100% colonization. hasn't caused me any problems as of yet.


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Re: wet mycelium [Re: thisone]
    #1046460 - 11/12/02 03:59 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Is common towards the end of colonization , sometimes the droplets will have a faint yellow color to them , this is also okay (if positive is not contam) , it is waste products of the mycelium . But sometimes is also a warning that mycelium is dying . So you better use it when this happens .
The water droplets are also a sign that you got water ratio right .
Good Luck


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