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shroomer111

If I have some jars moving along quicker than others, can I iput them away for later so the other jars can catch up?

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Shroomarican

Yes. You can keep them at room temp or put them in the fridge for later use when the other jars catch up. Allow 24hrs or so for the refrigerated spawn to come back to room temp 

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DirtBagDan

Yes, and if you’re going to wait a long time to use them put them in a refrigerator.

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shroomer111

Perfect.  Thanks for the quick reply.  Good info to know but I do plan on using them straight away if I can.  What kind of time would I have before I have to put them in the fridge so they don't go bad?

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DirtBagDan

They don’t really go bad, just get old and progress poorly or begin to fruit in the jar. If I was going to wait more than 2 weeks after full colonization I would refrigerate.

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