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glasses 80 % colonised, growth stopped, still caseable? PIC
    #2482776 - 03/30/04 06:40 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

hi guys!

i am experienceingsome really nasty problem with my little shroomy
babies.

colonisation has stopped in nearly all of the glasses (i had way too
little water in them as i found out later) and they have been like they
are for a week now, some showing big uncolonised spots, some just
smaller ones.

since i dont really want them to just sit there and dont grow anymore,
i thought what about casing a not 100% colonised one? its rye/birdseed
btw.

so what dou guys think?
peace ohm :mushroom2:

*edit*
here is the glass i am talking about

i flipped it upside down now and i will wait for 2 days
if it doesnt change i will case it anyway, any further suggestions?


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Edited by ohmatic (03/30/04 11:49 AM)


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Re: glasses 80 % colonised, growth stopped, still caseable? [Re: ohmatic]
    #2482781 - 03/30/04 06:47 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

if there is one to spare go for it but my guess is that it will contam.
have the "glsses" of grain been shaken up to spread the myc. ?
or you could try to get out only the colonized parts of the grains and get rid of the un-colonized portions.


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Re: glasses 80 % colonised, growth stopped, still caseable? [Re: MESCALATO]
    #2483213 - 03/30/04 11:51 AM (13 years, 1 month ago)

those glasses havent been shaken and as u see in the pic i wont be able
to pook out the uncolonised parts ...

am i going to run into a 100% failure rate when casing it?
ohm :mushroom2:


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Re: glasses 80 % colonised, growth stopped, still caseable? [Re: ohmatic]
    #2483399 - 03/30/04 01:41 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

This is a good example for why you need to add a little space between the top of the glass and the grain. You need to shake jars so that the uncolonized parts just dont stay that way.

Try to shake it as much as possible, see if you can break that stuff up. It will colonize, it just might take a little while.

I would wait, start new ones if your are unhappy, but, dont waste your time trying to case them and getting contams growing from the uncolonized grains.


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Re: glasses 80 % colonised, growth stopped, still caseable? [Re: angryshroom]
    #2483477 - 03/30/04 02:11 PM (13 years, 1 month ago)

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angryshroom said:
This is a good example for why you need to add a little space between the top of the glass and the grain. You need to shake jars so that the uncolonized parts just dont stay that way.

Try to shake it as much as possible, see if you can break that stuff up. It will colonize, it just might take a little while.

I would wait, start new ones if your are unhappy, but, dont waste your time trying to case them and getting contams growing from the uncolonized grains.





thank u for this valuable information :smile:
i'll try to shake but i filled them up to the top :/

i amsoo dead unhappy :frown:
ohm :mushroom2:

*edit*
its unbreakable, i packed them way too tight ...
i guess ill still case it if there is no growth within a few days since
i dont see why it should still be in the inc :/


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