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4 Days and no sign of growth
    #2717721 - 05/23/04 10:49 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Whats the longest youve had to wait for myc growth in your jars?
And what are some of the reasons for jars failing?




Im probably going to give mine a day or two more to show signs before I start giving the the required temps/incubator, but there isnt any sign yet.

Details :
room temp ~ 15-20 degrees celcius
shroom - GT's
incubator - negative(on top of my draws)
substrate - brown rice flour n verm



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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Treefiddy]
    #2717761 - 05/23/04 11:06 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Your jars seem good . 4 days is nothing especially if u used a vendor syringe . Need often at least 1 week to see a sign of growth .
So just wait and see !

The older ur spores are , the more time it take to geminate !


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Treefiddy]
    #2717836 - 05/23/04 11:34 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

especially at that low a temperture.I bet its almost 10 days before you see much.


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Treefiddy]
    #2717955 - 05/23/04 12:33 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Vendors syringe - 7-10 days for germination.

Fresh syringe that I made myself - 2-4 days for germination


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Treefiddy]
    #2718654 - 05/23/04 04:11 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

on average it takes about 8 days(one week) for the mycelium to develop,just be patient and send some my way when you get the shroomies!


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    #2718682 - 05/23/04 04:17 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)



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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Treefiddy]
    #2718684 - 05/23/04 04:17 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Patience,,,,,,,,


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: frock]
    #2718785 - 05/23/04 04:46 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

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frock said:
Vendors syringe - 7-10 days for germination.




Thats not really true,My jars germinate in about 3 days regardless of where they came from,its all about the temperture they are incubated at,86F is ideal,at this temp spores usually germinate in about 3 days ,the lower the temperture gets from that ideal temp of 86F,the longer they take.
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userfriendly  said:
on average it takes about 8 days(one week) for the mycelium to develop




I understand you wrote,on average,but again that shouldnt be the average if tempertures are correct.I have 1/2 pint jars completely colonize in 14 or 15 days.

Again here is the chart showing how much temperture effects colonization,and germination.Look how much of a differance there is in growth at say 70F for example,compared to 86F.Its  a huge differance



Just be patient,at the temperture you have them at,it will be a slow process,but will happen.Back when I first started and didnt have an incubator,some jars I had of EQ took almost 2 weeks befor I saw  anything. :goodluck:


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: Citric]
    #2718890 - 05/23/04 05:15 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

I may be mistaken,but, I think that is water stains from sterilizing.

But hey,I could be wrong,it does look suspicious doesnt it?


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: doc34]
    #2718963 - 05/23/04 05:36 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

especially jars 2 and 4,but the fact that they are straight lines,and at the level that the water would have been, makes me think they are just stains as you say.


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Re: 4 Days and no sign of growth [Re: ButterNut]
    #2718973 - 05/23/04 05:39 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Yeah,I noticed them on my first jars and about freaked until I wiped them off with a damp towel soaked in ISO alcohol.I thought I screwed them all up.

Me laughs at some of the things I did!lol


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