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Offlinewind_song
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condensation good?
    #368946 - 08/08/01 08:38 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

its been a lil more than a week since innoculation, and all my jars are doin well, about 70-80% colonized, my question is is condensation on the sides of the jar during incubation good? i'm not sure but i think its bad so i loosened the lids a bit



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Re: condensation good? [Re: wind_song]
    #368965 - 08/08/01 08:56 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

Good Idea on loosening the lidsa BE carefull not to allow contams in.
Condensation is not bad in small amounts.
If they are drowning in it(so to speak) then you may have a problem.
See if loosening the lids help if not post again and we will give further options

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Re: condensation good? [Re: dimitri211]
    #368975 - 08/08/01 09:06 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

well its been a day since i loosened the lids and they still have condensation...they look like water droplets on something after it has rained...other jars look like something that you just sprayed a mist of water on, very light and small...its the big ones that are worrying me. i have a layer of dry verm at the bottom, so that should soak up any that goes to the bottom. right now, the mycelium is not that brilliant white color, its more of a dull white. i wouldn't say grey tho. what should i do?



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Re: condensation good? [Re: wind_song]
    #368993 - 08/08/01 09:42 PM (15 years, 4 months ago)

I wouldn't worry about it

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