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cobweb or healthy?
    #11175202 - 10/03/09 03:59 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

sorry no pics. my mycelium is white as normal, but it has strands. fully colonized. smells very mushroomy like normal myc.

but it doesnt seem as thick on the sides as normal.
also the growth of what looks like cotton almost has grown up the side of the jars to the lid, not touching the spawn.

sounds like cobweb to me, but i'd like some other opinions to be sure.


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Ah, that explains it.  Typical know-it-all noob.  We get a few thousand just like you register here every year.  They try a few grows, fail miserably and then after a few months or one bad trip, go back to sniffing glue, never to be seen again.

We have a basic pf tek that's idiot proof enough for noobs to get fucked up with their friends. 

Mycologists on the other hand grow for the love of growing.  They want to experiment with various species, substrates, and fruiting environments. They'll move on to isolate strains, attempt hybridization, and in general treat cultivation as an artform, rather than a chore that must be performed as a means to an end.  They'll work twice as hard for a ten percent gain, just for the love of perfection.  These are the ones who will isolate strains, not the dumb fucks who treat mushrooms as a drug, or even worse, a pathogen, as if mushrooms cause disease.
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Re: cobweb or healthy? [Re: TheBandit]
    #11175266 - 10/03/09 04:08 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

we need pic that the best way to help you out if its grayish then its cobweb


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Re: cobweb or healthy? [Re: cashus]
    #11175292 - 10/03/09 04:11 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

sorry no camera.


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[quote]RogerRabbit said:
Ah, that explains it.  Typical know-it-all noob.  We get a few thousand just like you register here every year.  They try a few grows, fail miserably and then after a few months or one bad trip, go back to sniffing glue, never to be seen again.

We have a basic pf tek that's idiot proof enough for noobs to get fucked up with their friends. 

Mycologists on the other hand grow for the love of growing.  They want to experiment with various species, substrates, and fruiting environments. They'll move on to isolate strains, attempt hybridization, and in general treat cultivation as an artform, rather than a chore that must be performed as a means to an end.  They'll work twice as hard for a ten percent gain, just for the love of perfection.  These are the ones who will isolate strains, not the dumb fucks who treat mushrooms as a drug, or even worse, a pathogen, as if mushrooms cause disease.
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Re: cobweb or healthy? [Re: TheBandit]
    #11175580 - 10/03/09 05:02 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

then best bet it to search fourms for pics of cobweb and see if it looks like that


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