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New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet?
    #4420598 - 07/18/05 09:45 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

It progressed to this picture in about 12 days, then has stalled and looked like this for the last week. I thought it would get whiter, but nah.

Think it is ok to fruit now, or should I wait? I tried flipping the jars, but no more progress.



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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: CLUTCH]
    #4420620 - 07/18/05 09:51 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Looks good to me. Jar on the right could use a tad more colonization, but beggars can't be choosers and I'd have to say they'll both work fine.


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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: Holydiver]
    #4420631 - 07/18/05 09:54 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

Let er rip...I am with Diver. They are ready to rock and roll.


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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: oysterguy63]
    #4420642 - 07/18/05 09:56 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

ok. Thanks for the quick response there guys.


What about if I wanted to spawn to poo with it. Yea, I know that WBS is preffered, but this is all I have ready to go at the moment.

So, it should still be far along enough to spawn with?


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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: CLUTCH]
    #4420653 - 07/18/05 10:00 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

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So, it should still be far along enough to spawn with?




Yeah, I'd use it. Just be sure to break up into super small bits and get as many inoculation points as possible, seeing as how rye doesn't quite break up as tiny as WBS.


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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: Holydiver]
    #4420658 - 07/18/05 10:02 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

thanks Diver.

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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: CLUTCH]
    #4457035 - 07/26/05 09:18 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Well, the spawn from 1 1/2 jars was mixed very well with the poo. I then put the last half jar spread out over the top.

It has been exactly one week and the poo has been colonizing well. There is still some spots that have not yet been taken over.

But my concern is really about the uncolonized grain that you see in the jars in my pics above. I would think that they would get colonized over as well along with the poo. So far it appears as only the poo has been colonizing. Do I need to worry, or do anything else?

The temps have remained at between 80-84 degrees during the spawn run. There is a quite a bit of condensation underneath the vented plastic, which is normal.


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Re: New to Rye Grains. Is this far enough colonized yet? [Re: CLUTCH]
    #4457079 - 07/26/05 09:28 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

They will get colonized no worries.

Continue on.


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