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Offlinekaayou
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foil on a jar whith filter?
    #589057 - 03/25/02 04:52 PM (15 years, 3 months ago)

hi
I've just made jar whith polyfill filter; do I have to put a piece of foil after inoculation ?
thanks in advance
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Re: foil on a jar whith filter? [Re: kaayou]
    #589071 - 03/25/02 05:10 PM (15 years, 3 months ago)

I don't know what a polyfill filter is. but what I did was I put waterproof masking tape over the holes. Then put tinfoil on the top, just covering the lid. This has worked out pretty well for me. (at least on the first half of incubation.


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Re: foil on a jar whith filter? [Re: josh057]
    #589082 - 03/25/02 05:34 PM (15 years, 3 months ago)

no you dont need foil after you inject the spores, that would pretty much defeat the purpose of the filter (good air exchage). you need foil over the whole top of the jar when you pc or boil.


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Re: foil on a jar whith filter? [Re: dDigitalPimp]
    #590835 - 03/27/02 10:05 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

what happens if I forget the foil? I always forget that stuff.


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Re: foil on a jar whith filter? [Re: hispeed67]
    #590847 - 03/27/02 10:17 AM (15 years, 3 months ago)

your jar will become overwatered if you don't have foil over it while pressurecooking or boiling. however it might not and could still grow.


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