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Casing and Colonized Jars
    #386579 - 09/05/01 11:24 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Alright, i have 12 half-pint jars, and i plan at using two jars per case, and only one case at a time. I wanted to inocc. all the jars at once so they would be colonized and ready to go. I read on here one time (it was a while back, and i might have been stonned and confused) that you could colonize your jars and put them in the fridge untill your ready to use them? am i remebering right or do i need to lay off the herb? also if i was right, how long can they last and what temp should they stay at?

You approach the turnstiles and know that when you get there you have to give the man two
dollars or he won't let you inside but when you get there everything goes wrong.


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Re: Casing and Colonized Jars [Re: windex]
    #386792 - 09/06/01 04:44 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Yes you can. Normal fridge temps will slow down growth a lot, just make sure they don't freeze. I'd be tempted to keep them dark too in case you start a pinning reaction to the light and cold. You want them still vegetative when to run thru the casing. Probably pointless but you never know.



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Re: Casing and Colonized Jars [Re: NDK]
    #388695 - 09/08/01 02:57 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

how long can they stay in there?

You approach the turnstiles and know that when
you get there you have to give the man two dollars
or he won't let you inside but when you get there
everything goes wrong.


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Re: Casing and Colonized Jars [Re: windex]
    #388698 - 09/08/01 03:09 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Months, windex. May I suggest putting them in a ziplock or tupperware first? They will go into a state of suspended animation. No need to worry about light, it's real dark inside a fridge.



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