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hibernation temps?
    #406395 - 09/27/01 03:21 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

I want to do a surpluss of colonized rye jars so that I will always have some ready to go into my grow chambers. I don't have enough room in the fridge and wondered exactly how cold they would have to be for storage. Would a cooler with several icepacks that I rotated dayly work? Anyone have experience with this?

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Re: hibernation temps? [Re: Chemical_Smile]
    #406874 - 09/27/01 09:14 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

Does cold storage cause mycelium to act differntly when they are finaly taken out and cased/grown? I cant find much info on this so I wonder if there are any side affects. If not why arent more people doing this it woud save time and be good insurance incase a batch of jars got contams.

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Re: hibernation temps? [Re: Chemical_Smile]
    #407007 - 09/27/01 10:53 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

Im not quite sure exactly what you mean, but why dont you just take the average time that it takes your casings/ cakes from the time they go in the terrarium to the time of your second flush. Then start new jars at the appropriate midpoint in your grow cycle, so that by the time they mushies are done flushing a new set of jars is ready to go in.

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