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Keeping fully cultivated jars
    #628192 - 05/12/02 06:27 PM (22 years, 15 days ago)

Anyone know what would happen if you had a fully cultivated jar and stored it for a month? Would it try to pin, rot, and grow discusting mold everywhere? Would it keep growing and growing and blow up everywhere? Would it get a certain age and just die? Let me know.

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Re: Keeping fully cultivated jars [Re: I_was_the_walrus]
    #628224 - 05/12/02 06:50 PM (22 years, 15 days ago)

you could store a colonized jar for a month. just stick it in your fridge or any cool/dark place. if it gets light and is kept warm enough, it may pin ala the invitro tek. but i think if you keep them too long the mycelium would die

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Re: Keeping fully cultivated jars [Re: geokills]
    #628234 - 05/12/02 06:57 PM (22 years, 15 days ago)

Because I got a new computer and new email and dont know my password. I probably need to pm the admins to get it back but im not in a hurry...plus im extremely lazy.

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