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how long does mycelium last?
    #6605855 - 02/24/07 04:41 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

how long can you keep a fully colonized jar of mycelium before it goes bad?


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Re: how long does mycelium last? [Re: FunGuyWithFungi]
    #6605902 - 02/24/07 04:59 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i've heard that they last for a long time, like 6 months, maybe longer. you'll just have to make sure that you dunk to rehydrate them.

mycelium outdoors last for years i believe. dries out in summer, and then gets re-hydrated by the rain, then spouts shrooms to reproduce.


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Re: how long does mycelium last? [Re: FunGuyWithFungi]
    #6605904 - 02/24/07 04:59 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

That depends. Jars could either dry out or get contaminated. If you're talking about cubes, they will likely fruit in the jar a couple times, then eventually contam. If you want to store a colonized jar throw it in the fridge to slow growth.


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