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Its about time Lo, I was wondering if you were gonna bring this TEK to us...well done sir, well done indeedPeace**D**

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IMO a tek like this is needed for using agar in jars, I ordered glass dishes so I could see my work better. thank LO for getting it lined out for us.

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Do you do your agar work in a GB or in front of a flow hood lo ?

no, not a Gb Rguy. when i started with agar i did use a glove box but i was getting mold spores in the dishes, now i use air purifier sideways mounted on a box and ever since all i get is bacteria contam once in a whilepost-78-0-11538600-1332245702_thumb.jpg the lines on the table marks the area with more flow lol that's where i do the transfers
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its nice too see this tek over here thanks LO !!!!!!

Its about time Lo, I was wondering if you were gonna bring this TEK to us...well done sir, well done indeedPeace**D**

IMO a tek like this is needed for using agar in jars, I ordered glass dishes so I could see my work better. thank LO for getting it lined out for us.

you're welcome bros !
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post-78-0-11538600-1332245702_thumb.jpg the lines on the table marks the area with more flow lol that's where i do the transfers

Lo, Is that an Ionizer bro ?
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Interesting and that works well for you. Huh I am going to have to look into something like that. I have Been getting fed up wih my agar work lately. Nice tek by the way. What about condensation on prteri dishes. Do you have any tricks to get rid of it ? Thanks buddy I look forward to hearing from you.

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Lo, Is that an Ionizer bro ?

no D its just a heppa bionaire, squirrel cage with 2 small heppa filters and carbon filters. i added a extra thick carbon filter to it that i borrowed from the electricians at work
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Those Who Were

Interesting and that works well for you. Huh I am going to have to look into something like that. I have Been getting fed up wih my agar work lately. Nice tek by the way. What about condensation on prteri dishes. Do you have any tricks to get rid of it ? Thanks buddy I look forward to hearing from you.

hey rye, to prevent condensation build up on the lids whether on plates or these acrylic lids the best way to do it is to store or incubate them upside down.
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