Yeast starters are small worts of 1L or more that contain no hops. The primary purpose is to awaken and grown the yeast supplied in a vial or smack-pack. Typical starter wort is around or under 1.040 in gravity.

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Can we use monoammonium phospate (MAP) as yeast nutrient for wine making?

Wine making is not common in my country so it's difficult to buy wine ingredient especially Diammonium Phosphate (DAP) as yeast nutrient. After look in local shop, there's a shop selling Monoammonium ...
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Two yeast packs in one starter?

Assume one yeast pack in one starter results in double the cell count; i.e., 2x. Would two yeast packs in the same exact starter result in double the cell count, i.e., 4x, somewhat close to 4x, or ...