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BASIC QUESTION FROM A BEGINNER
    #463734 - 11/19/01 08:56 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

I was just wondering whether it was ok to expose your jars to light during the colonization period. It has been about one day since I have made my substrate and I keep pulling them out of my container and looking to see if there is any growth yet, due to my curiosity. I was just curious if this is ok or if it will ruin my results. Thanks a lot, Peace


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Re: BASIC QUESTION FROM A BEGINNER [Re: Nitsuj80]
    #463744 - 11/19/01 09:05 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

try not to expose them to light. i don't blame you but maybe try checking every two day or even three days.if your going to use just cakes for fruiting expose them to light when they are like 90%colonized


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Re: BASIC QUESTION FROM A BEGINNER [Re: Nitsuj80]
    #463785 - 11/19/01 09:40 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

Many people use lights 24/7 for heat. It really makes no difference.


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Re: BASIC QUESTION FROM A BEGINNER [Re: ]
    #463788 - 11/19/01 09:43 PM (19 years, 3 months ago)

It really depends on the strain. Some will pin invitro easily with light. My friend uses a red light for incubation sice it's the worst color spectrum for initilizing pins. Works like a charm.


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