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My new jars will they work pics!
    #502281 - 12/27/01 12:07 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

OK here are some 1/2 pint jars my cat picked last night and wants to know if he can use them. They are 1/2 pint but tall now FAT. Can he use them?? Yes they are Wide mouth :)





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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: nobodycares42]
    #502299 - 12/27/01 12:32 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Those will work.


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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: nobodycares42]
    #502307 - 12/27/01 12:40 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

yep. i have 1 of those jars. after i bought my jars my mom said 'we have some of those' and gave me a few different sized ones but one exactly like that. i inocced it with treasure coast and its going to be birthed any day now. its colonized im just waiting for it to thicken in some areas.
on another not how do you suppose it could not work? i mean the mycellium/mushrooms dont give a shit what shape/size/style container theyre in. basic rules of nature man. food + water + spores = living culture. the only reason we use canning jars is because you can sterilize them easily and theyre reusable. as long as you can keep it clean you can [probably shoulnt but you can] use whatever device you can think of to hold substrate while it colonizes; drinking glass, old ice cream tub, a hollowed out cantaloupe.. anything man just as long as you can sterilize it or at least keep out the bacteria that you wouldnt want- some bacteria is favorable.
by the way if anyone knows how to sterilize a hollowed cantaloupe that would be interesting.


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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: BeppoMarx]
    #502476 - 12/27/01 04:54 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Thanks for the help :)


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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: nobodycares42]
    #502716 - 12/27/01 10:15 PM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Those long jars tend to stall a little when they get towards the bottom. put a little vermiculite in the bottom of the jar before you add the substrate material.


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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: nobodycares42]
    #502835 - 12/28/01 12:36 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

Longitudinally the circumference of a regular 1/ 2 pint jar is more easily penetrated by mycellium than the more compact vertically challenged short half pint...A short half pint will contain a more compact center and often take more time for full colonization....


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Re: My new jars will they work pics! [Re: egolesss]
    #502925 - 12/28/01 02:20 AM (15 years, 9 months ago)

"Yes" I see Bob's Red Mill Product in the 3 pic, i love Bob's Red Mill Grains there great, all stone ground and that probably even adds a little nutrients. Your jars will work great:)


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