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Re: Advice?
    #26902 - 08/03/00 05:21 AM (23 years, 9 months ago)

My third cousin's uncle's best friend knew someone that shook hands with a guy who inoculated 12 1/2 pint jars with PF and kept them at about 84 deg. or so. Some were colonized in a week, and a couple took almost a month. The rest colonized at different rates. I'd just give it some time. One thing you might do if you think they really are stopped is outline the current growth by tracing on the jar with a marker or something. Then look in a couple of days to see if the mycelium has passed the mark. Just a thought...

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Re: Advice?
    #26904 - 08/03/00 05:27 AM (23 years, 9 months ago)

I think the only way you'll get the pf jars to get going again is to give them some air exchange. You can switch your water with moist perlite and just stick the aquarium heater in a jar of water.... it won't work as well but you'll be getting your jars some o2.....

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Re: Advice?
    #26905 - 08/03/00 07:22 AM (23 years, 9 months ago)

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Originally posted by raze:
... I'm intending on casing, should I case them now?...

You can case them when they are fully colonised. Doing it before will most certainly result in contamination.


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Re: Advice?
    #26906 - 08/03/00 08:40 AM (23 years, 9 months ago)

sparkey had the same problem at 80%.........just put um in indirect sun 3-4 hrs for 2-4 days and the'll take off.........only downside for him was his started pinning invitro before 100% colinized...........but it didn't present a problem for him.............

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