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OfflineCrete
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Simple questions
    #503354 - 12/28/01 04:26 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

These are probably easy questions, but I've done some research and haven't found conclusive answers, yet. First, my friend has some jars that are mostly colonized. The bottoms of the jars are not yet, but that's about all thats left. How long can/should I leave them until I birth them? The reason I ask is that he doesn't want to birth them before we go on a vacation for three days in a week and a half because there will be no one to take care of them while we are gone. Would it be better to leave them in the jars or birth them and leave them in the growing chamber with no fanning/air exchange for three days? I am worried about depleting the nutrients if they are in the jars too long. Any advice would be much appreciated.


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Re: Simple questions [Re: Crete]
    #503358 - 12/28/01 04:29 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

Obviously I wouldn't birth them until they were completely colonized, but I think that they all should be ready before we go on our trip. A couple jars may not, so I'll leave those for sure.


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Re: Simple questions [Re: Crete]
    #503359 - 12/28/01 04:32 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

I'd leave them in the jars. With luck, you'll have invitro pins when you return.


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Re: Simple questions [Re: puscle]
    #503420 - 12/28/01 06:15 PM (15 years, 10 months ago)

I've birthed jars without full colonisation on the bottom. Its generally been successful. If you place them in a very humid environment they will add bulk very fast. But, it has gone wrong a couple of times so probably not a good idea to risk it unless you have no choice.


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