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Old 09-24-2020, 08:16 PM
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So I was wondering about refilling the tub?

I have used maybe 1/3 and I was wondering if I can use it down to a certain volume and then just add more molasses, kelpmax and water?

Of should I just put this all in jars and make a new batch using a new bottle of quantum (this is the inncocur so I was hoping to keep that going but I also don’t fully understand the degradation and loss of the microbes from generation to generation

All I know is that this tub is gen II
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