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So these pics are shitty, I know. and I know this jar is contaminated, that's not what i'm asking. I was just wondering if someone could tell me what would cause perfectly white and healthy mycelium to turn black.
can the mycelium be attacked by some form of bacteria/other mold and cause it to turn black? I just figured it was strange to see contamination only on healthy mycelia and nowhere else in the jar.
the mycelium started out white, then it started to have a slight grayish tinge a few days later (as featured in the first pic), then a few days later its totally black and in my garbage.
-------------------- "Sucralose (Splenda) is a chlorocarbon.
it's in the same family of chemicals as DDT and PCBs.
Don't worry, it’s not DDT, it’s “DDT-Lite!”