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Will it stil pin and fruit?
    #693938 - 06/22/02 11:21 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Hi. My one jar that I was growing, in which some micellyum started growing(which at first I thought was contamination), dried out. So I took some Spring Water, that purified shit, and I poured some in the jar like if I was watering a plant. Well the water was fridge cold, which is pretty cold. Now my mycellium stopped growing. It didn't get contaminated just stopped. Even after 3 days no new growth took place. So I decided to throw it out. But as I was scraping it out I saw that the mycellium grew in the middle of my jar too. When I scraped the mycellium out it felt like it was a dense clay sort of substance. I put this on top of wet perlite and a wet sheet of paper towel. So I broke up all the parts that were colonized and spread them on the paper. All this was in a plastic bowl and I put a ziplock bag over it for humidity. Will this grow shrooms? Or should I just throw this out?

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Re: Will it stil pin and fruit? [Re: TaPE]
    #693949 - 06/22/02 11:25 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

maybe...just wait and see....no sense in dumping it yet if it may grow a shroom or two.

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Re: Will it stil pin and fruit? [Re: TaPE]
    #694122 - 06/22/02 01:10 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Check your ratios and if it happens again (or seem too) leave it alone.
i've had jars that seemed to dry out and stop so i left them for dead. i stumbled across them later in life checking other i did after and to my surprise i found them fully colonized, of course this took " forever " but it was a whole case i thought i lost that was recovered. Yes i was very happy.

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