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Newbie, Almost There?
    #3806691 - 02/20/05 02:55 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Innoc'd Jan.16th, B+, BRF PF tek. Jars in srerlite tub, temp constant
80 degrees, RH 60-70% No signs of contam's, Have flipped jars once
then back again a day later. Air holes untaped, It's been 35 days and
colonization appears only to be at 75% of substrate! Two jars are
showing signs of pinning (little shrooms) starting to grow.

What to do? Also can colonized jars be kept in fridge till the rest
are ready?

All help appreciated!


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Re: Newbie, Almost There? [Re: blueroom]
    #3806701 - 02/20/05 03:01 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

You don't need to worry about rH until you begin the fruiting process. 84-86 degrees F is perfect for incubating, so your temp is not the problem. What is the moisture level in your jars like? Too much/too little water can significantly slow down the mycelium running.

I would suggest keeping all of your jars in the incubator until they're all colonized, then do your cold shock/dunk/roll.

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Re: Newbie, Almost There? [Re: blueroom]
    #3806831 - 02/20/05 03:48 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Be careful about how much light they get while they're incubating.
Those shrooms in there should be ok, just don't let 'em rot.


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