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If you spawn your poo/jars to opaque container, how do you tell when it's colonized 100%?
    #4244503 - 06/01/05 04:44 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

I mean, because you can't see the bottom, as the container is opaque...how do you know when to birth it?


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Re: If you spawn your poo/jars to opaque container, how do you tell when it's colonized 100%? [Re: myndreach]
    #4244520 - 06/01/05 04:48 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

its all about the top cause contams cant get at the bottom anyways


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Re: If you spawn your poo/jars to opaque container, how do you tell when it's colonized 100%? [Re: benrules92]
    #4244537 - 06/01/05 04:51 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

thanks


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Re: If you spawn your poo/jars to opaque container, how do you tell when it's colonized 100%? [Re: myndreach]
    #4244593 - 06/01/05 05:08 PM (12 years, 24 days ago)

I personally wait 3-4 days after the top is colonized to ensure I have 100% colonization. You are going to have to wait anyways, as the mycelium will continue to expend energy colonizing any nutrients available. You can case all day long, but the mycelium will continue to colonize.

This may also hinder the size of your fruits if only the top of the substrate is responding to pinning, while the lower half is working on colonizing the substrate.

Prematurely casing may leave the uncolonized substrate open to contaminates when you begin to fruit also. Like it or not, the substrate will pull away from the container during every flush and leave a nice gap for airborne bacteria to have a home.


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