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Amazon Shop: ½ Pint Jars, Pressure Cooker, Vermiculite

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Jars questions
    #621588 - 04/28/02 08:24 PM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Umm well i had been incubating a jar and it was doing nicely but for somereason part of was it had colonized crinda dried up really badly and fell apart and couldnt be colonized. I dont know what happened but this was the only jar it happened to. 3/4 of the jars was colonized so im am goin to birth it but it smells bad . .not like a wine/fruity smell like that of mold but just wierd . .it smells like verm only stronger. I dunno i suppose ill see how it looks in a few days because i just started birthing it today . .anyone have ne suggestions of what it might have been?

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Re: Jars questions [Re: LilDon697]
    #621650 - 04/28/02 09:29 PM (16 years, 1 month ago)

umm. yea, u got the right idea. wait it out. birth it, and go from there. u be the judge. but to prevent this from happening again... u'll either need to do one of two things.
1) the easiest thing. put more water in when creating a substrate.

or

2) put ur jars on a tray or something when sterilizing in the presure cooker.
i mean, dont let too much of the jar be in the boiling water. have the jars raised out of the water. that way, you wont lose too much moisture


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Re: Jars questions [Re: LilDon697]
    #621783 - 04/29/02 12:29 AM (16 years, 1 month ago)

Too little moisture is not the problem in this case.
You have a bacterial contaimation in your jars. How did you sterilize them?


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