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Re: water droplets in jars? is this bad?????
    #13967 - 04/23/00 10:55 PM (23 years, 10 months ago)

Hello baffa (c:

There's nothing like the first time to teach ya, eh?

The best advice I can give you is to loosen the lids (but don't remove 'em) and set the jars upside down. This will help the CO2 exchange within the jars and hopefully speed up the colonization of the mycellium. As a living thing it consumes and excretes, and these water droplets shouldn't be a cause of alarm. Just keep 'em going and see where it gets ya. Remember, there's not a set time for growth, so it just may take a while.

Hope this helped.


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Re: water droplets in jars? is this bad????? [Re: loathe]
    #13969 - 04/24/00 06:43 PM (23 years, 10 months ago)

This helps me a lot. I'm in the same boat with an Amazonian Strain.

thanks loathe.

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Re: water droplets in jars? is this bad????? [Re: loathe]
    #13970 - 04/25/00 09:05 AM (23 years, 10 months ago)

thanks loathe, I did exactly what you said and i kept the temp up, this morning i saw most of the top of 3 jars nearly completely colonized the jars are 90% complete...8 jars no contams as far as the eye can see but, many water droplets......thanks for the advice, I'll report back and let everyone know how good or bad everything came out......

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