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slownlo

In 16 days (10/26) I have to go away for 10 days (26 days).

I don't have anyone to manage things while I'm away. Based on the condition of the jars should I:

1) Transfer to bulk "before" I leave for 10 days - I'm thinking this would be just enough time for colonization of the substrate and once I get back I could start the fruiting process?

2) Refrigerate the jars now - to slow down colonization, and transfer to bulk when I get back (would that work?).

 

Help!

 

 

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DirtBagDan

1- because you generally want 12 days for sub to colonize anyway

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Kshroomy
2 hours ago, slownlo said:

1) Transfer to bulk "before" I leave for 10 days - I'm thinking this would be just enough time for colonization of the substrate and once I get back I could start the fruiting process?

Yep #1 would probably be the best option,cant wait to see how they turn out.:emoticon-south-park-016:

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phish

Yup #1 every time imo.

Though you may want to refrigerate them for a week before you spawn them to sub. They look like they will be done soon.

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slownlo
1 hour ago, phish said:

Yup #1 every time imo.

Though you may want to refrigerate them for a week before you spawn them to sub. They look like they will be done soon.

Thanks for that. Having never done rye berry jars I didn’t know what they should look like when fully colonized (should I still be able to see specs of rye berries? Or should it be all white?) 

 

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phish

You might see traces of specks of rye against the glass.but basically  it should look a nice cottony white 100% throughout. 

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