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Moe - You are the Man! hehe.....Thanx, I wuz getting a little anxious there. How long before I see some pins? Been in there a week at 75 degrees- no pins but strandy mycelial outshoots......Thanx again Moe
Re: High Humidity... #85472 - 05/13/00 10:39 AM (18 years, 6 months ago)
OK, I,m a newbie, but a well read one. I've heard that fluffy stuff could be from either too low or too high humidity. If you got that fish tank bubbler on all the time for air exchange, could it be that the air flow is overwhelming the ability of the perlite to humidify and the level is too low. Just a thought.
Re: High Humidity... #85474 - 05/13/00 04:07 PM (18 years, 6 months ago)
you should get some fuzz initially, but if fuzz is still being produced after a week and no shrooms, the humidity is too high.
Newcaps it would help us produce answers alot if you start out with a question rather than a statement. As for the upside down jars, I don't think it matters but some people do. Maybe its strain dependent? Just get them upside up and don't fret.
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