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Invisibleshlauncha
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myco-bag condensation
    #1447949 - 04/10/03 09:56 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

ahoyhoy,
A friend of mine recently took his fully colinized mycobags out of the incubator and has them at 74 degrees but noticed the condensation from the bag is collecting at the bottom. Is this normal? The bags have started pinning but anything Ive read says its very important that the pins are not misted... so my question is, will the condensation on the sides and collecting in the bottom effect the growth?


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Re: myco-bag condensation [Re: shlauncha]
    #1451907 - 04/12/03 09:43 AM (13 years, 7 months ago)

it's normal....I havent seen an instance where healthy mycelium had been affected by the condensation at the bottom of a bag....my opinion, as I havent really tested it is that the organism recycles it, takes it bak in for production....just before your first flush check to see if the amount of liquid has decreased

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Re: myco-bag condensation [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #1452075 - 04/12/03 12:10 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

no, it doesn't affect it. Its a good sign that there is condensation because if there isn't the bag isn't wet enough and it'll be hard to grow anything.


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Re: myco-bag condensation [Re: shlauncha]
    #1453432 - 04/12/03 09:16 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

awsome, thanks for the replies. One of the bags I was referring to has several healthy shrooms growing and I noticed much of the condensation that had collected in the bottom has disappeared, presumably used up by the growth. I was thinking of casing after the first flush, is dunking necessary or can I just go straight to casing after the shrooms have been harvested?


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