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Amazon Shop: ½ Pint Jars, Brown Rice Flour, Vermiculite

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Offlineopieusps
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please answer my newbie question regarding inoculation holes
    #1672233 - 06/29/03 10:18 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

my friend is new to growing and is using the pf tek. hed like to know whether to leave the inoculation holes fully covered while incubating, or partially, or totally. kind of the same thing with the lids, tight, loose, or really loose. it is the verm/brf substrate. help is appreciated. sorry about the lame subject.


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InvisibleLiL_KuSsH
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    #1672238 - 06/29/03 10:19 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

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Re: please answer my newbie question regarding inoculation holes [Re: LiL_KuSsH]
    #1672286 - 06/29/03 10:34 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

IMHO:
When incubating (just after inoculation) keep them covered/closed.
After the myc. has taken hold (about 60% collonised) you might want to uncover them, (as long as you have the ole verm layer on top), or just flip them the upside down. They'll probably do OK covered up!


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Re: please answer my newbie question regarding inoculation holes [Re: LiL_KuSsH]
    #1672382 - 06/29/03 11:10 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

I keep them open and I never had any problems. As long as you have a good verm layer at the top of the jars you should be fine.


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