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Question about colonized rye bag
    #8787329 - 08/17/08 05:55 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

I know I've read this somewhere before, but my question is, once a bag of rye grain is fully colonized, will putting it in the fridge stall growth or trigger it to pin inside the bag?

I have a knuckle dragging buddy who needs me to setup his shop, but it seems as though his bags will be finished up 4-5 days before I get back into town - and it'd be a damn shame to see that much grain pin inside of the bag.


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Re: Question about colonized rye bag [Re: c1dh3d]
    #8787415 - 08/17/08 06:33 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

I believe that it should slow growth, since pinning is triggered by a slight drop in temp, along with increased air circulation, full colonization of substrate, and to a small extent, light. Since you will be cooling the substrate to well below pinning temps, it should just slow it down. But I'm not experienced at this, hopefully one of the experts can better answer this :mushroomgrow:


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Re: Question about colonized rye bag [Re: Jean-Luc Picard]
    #8787438 - 08/17/08 06:38 PM (9 years, 10 months ago)

I know I've used it to store colonized jars for well over a month, just wasn't sure if this would be true for bags (as I see mushrooms pinning a lot more in bags than I do jars). Spose I'll give it a shot and see what happens.


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