Re: sugar wash problems
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Keith" <seed_science@...> wrote:
>Provided you keep it covered (plastic tidy bag, loose lid, whatever) the carbon dioxide given off will form a blanket on top of the wash (it's heavier than air). That's all you need to keep out oxygen and bugs. Airlocks are nice but not essential.
> I am making my first sugar wash and making mistakes. The fermentation container I bought is too small and it won't air lock. This is the second day and I have a good yeast activity. Am I going to be OK with this wash?