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Invisibleshamantra
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old colonized jars
    #3043044 - 08/24/04 06:22 AM (19 years, 7 months ago)

i have some fully colonized jars that i normally would have fruited 3-4 weeks ago, maybe even 5 weeks im not sure. i have used grain for substrate and they are now cakes. is there any point in trying to fruit them? i assume they are completly dried out. they have been in a incubator all the time so they have been kept steady dark and at 27.5 C the entire time.


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Re: old colonized jars [Re: shamantra]
    #3043207 - 08/24/04 07:59 AM (19 years, 7 months ago)

Yes, its worth a try, oftern mycelium when it drys out just goes dormant, but once refreshed with water it can spring back to life.

This is oftern the case in nature, so works just as well in the unatural enviroment of the indoor culitvator.


I have regrown agar cultures that had been dryed out for upto 8 months.As long as there are no contams in the jars, I forsea it working out well for you.

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