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invitro vermiculite
    #310687 - 05/06/01 06:11 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

Running invitro jars should the verm layer be scraped and removed once a jar has hit 100%? Or should it be left and the jar flipped only? I read at Hips board a post on what to do with the verm in the jar, could anyone please reiterate what do I couldnt find it again. I know of jars w/original vermiculite in them and theres pins only in that verm layer. People might worry they'll rot since they arent growing up the sides.

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Re: invitro vermiculite [Re: shizifty]
    #311171 - 05/07/01 09:19 AM (17 years, 4 months ago)

leave the verm. as intact as possible for best results.
in fact, replace it if it falls off.
and put some, a tablespoon or so, in the bottom, under the cake, too.
helps soak up excess water, reducing damage.

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Re: invitro vermiculite [Re: Hippie3]
    #311267 - 05/07/01 01:27 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)

they will fruit fine without the verm layer....i always thought that leaving it would welcome contams... just take the cake out every couple of days and dab the condensation off with tissue... itll work

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