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Re: Jars in fridge
    #68814 - 12/17/99 08:49 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

About a week and a half ago I pulled 6 Amazonian jars from the fridge after about a month of sitting. They have started to pin already. I am growing first flush on cakes then am going to case them. So anyway, I don't see any problems with it at all, good luck and good journies to you.


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Re: Jars in fridge
    #68816 - 12/17/99 02:01 PM (17 years, 3 months ago)

Putting them in the fridge is a good way to cold shock them e.g. make them pin. This might have the opposite of the effect you want. My advice would be to let them sit at room temperature. That way, there growth will not be accelerated by warmth, nor will pinning be introduced by the cold shock.


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Re: Jars in fridge
    #68817 - 12/18/99 02:41 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

I encourage everyone to not put there jars or casing in the same fridge as food etc. Everything I've ever put in there has been hit by contams. Unless you have a seperate beer or spore fridge or something :smile:

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Re: Jars in fridge
    #68818 - 12/18/99 10:53 AM (17 years, 3 months ago)

I think putting in the fridge is a great idea, if it is a sealed jar , then contams can't get in. Just spray with lysol. And don't forget about it.

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