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Offlineamelio
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DROPS IN JARS SURFACE..
    #1554007 - 05/16/03 02:29 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

HI EVERYONE ..in the PF-tek jars inner surface has now appear some drops where the micelyum is ..is this a bad thing ??should i be worried?? some days ago i accidentally let the tempertaure be over 120F? (i almost cry) for some hours...is this the cause of the drops?? ..after the accident i m almost shure the micelyum is still growing...well those are my questions ..hope you can help me ..as always..THANKS VERY MUCH YOU ALL GUYS ...BYE


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: amelio]
    #1554123 - 05/16/03 03:11 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

If the inside of the jars got to 120, its over... About moisture, my jars have always had what looks like water between the mycelium, and jar. I'd say as long as you dont see any major pooling of water on the bottom, your ok. Anyway... good luck.


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: Floydseamus]
    #1554137 - 05/16/03 03:14 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

the moisture on the sides of the jar is normal...no worries :smile:


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: ]
    #1554229 - 05/16/03 03:46 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

The thermal death of mycelium occurs at 106 deg.


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: GoodOlBattonAss]
    #1554258 - 05/16/03 03:56 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

i let the same thing happen to my jars, let 1 touch my lamp and i left it like that for about a day, killed the mycelium where the jar was touching the lamp and a hella lot of water at bottom of jars, all it was was popcorn so i just turned it over for a few hours to let water get back into the dried out kernals. Had to waita few extra days for casing so the mycelium recolonized the kernals but other than that it was fine.


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: Nah]
    #1555969 - 05/17/03 12:08 PM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Looks like it's time for an experiment....I've seen mycelium that has been in temps above 130 and survived......any bets on it making it to 160 before death occurs, spores will generaly be killed above 106 but mycelium can survive hight temps

but it looks like I'll have to break out a few jars and put this to the test now...

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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #1609964 - 06/05/03 02:21 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Any progress prisoner? Have you experimented? Let us know brother.....


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Re: DROPS IN JARS SURFACE.. [Re: Floydseamus]
    #1609993 - 06/05/03 02:33 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

It depends on a lot of factors. COndensation is very normal in PF tek. Myc is crazy, it can most likely survive a temperature of 120 degrees, some spores my die, but some will survive. If even 1 survives, it may still germinate. Don't worry. Leave it alone for a couple days and you will know for sure!


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