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Lastnight I decided to go ahead and shake up my 1/2 pint jars filled 2/3 of the way with colonizing WBS. Everything was spreading great so I decided to give all 6 jars a good shake to break up and distribute the mycelium. Once finished I could barely see any white spots inside the jar because I dispersed them throughout the jar so well. Woke up this morning, and BOOM! It’s like they doubled mycelium growth overnight. Here’s some pics just for shits and gigs. One love y’all!
So I've done hundreds of g2g jars years back but am just getting into it again. Usually when I do g2g I would only have to shake initially after the transfer and the whole jar would turn white. Recently I've noticed that the very tops of the jars won't get very white. I'm doing everything exactly the same as I was before. These are a B+ strain. In the photos you'll see a jar that's only been shaken initially after g2g transfer and the other jar is from the same g2g transfer but I shook it last night to redistribute the mycelium to have the top colonized. In anyone's opinion, would you reshake these jars or use the jar that's basically completely colonized with a few grains on top that don't look white? My g2g always take 7 days after transfer to get white, these jars would've been white by now and haven't made progress since. Although the mycelium grows really fast after I shake it so I know it's nothing with contamination. Any opinions?