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Re: Heating Pad Temperature?
    #13796 - 04/24/00 11:41 PM (22 years, 5 months ago)

Well I'm using a heating pad and I guess the ideal temperature is around 78 degrees. This is my first time too, but my mycelium have grown gradually.

I don't think that the jars have to be heated before innoculation. I was unsure about the temp so I experimented with the heating pad by putting layers of cloth till I got it at the 78 degrees. It seems to be working quite gradually, not rapid.

This is just what I think, I hope others will answer your questions.



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Re: Heating Pad Temperature?
    #13798 - 04/25/00 12:54 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

close but not quite Agent, the optimal tempature for cubensis is 84-86 degrees, but 78 will work. Be careful with a heating pad because they have the potential of drying out the jars easily.

and dank, you might find it beneficial to hook up a dimmer switch to your pad so you can get a better range of tempature. I'm not sure how to do that exactly because i've never looked into it, but i've heard of other people using it. :smile:

vivid

[This message has been edited by vivid (edited April 24, 2000).]



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Anonymous

Re: Heating Pad Temperature?
    #13799 - 04/25/00 02:48 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

vivid,84-86 degrees?really.for incubation?pf says leave em at around 70 degrees,which i dont agree with,cause about a year ago i had my jars at 70 and natta,nuthin,zip.so i kicked up the temp to 80 and boom,life is swell.you think i should jack the temp up to around 84-86?would i be runnin the risk of melting my plastic tupperware incubation chamber? anybody know what temp melts plastic?


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Anonymous

Re: Heating Pad Temperature?
    #13800 - 04/25/00 03:47 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

Plastic won't melt at 86 degrees. Maybe soften a little.


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Anonymous

Re: Heating Pad Temperature?
    #13801 - 04/25/00 04:08 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

Thanks vivid. I've been hearing around here that its 78. I guess that is the conservative temp.


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