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Every know and then I encounter a bacteria in my rye jars. Always the same creep. It smells and make the kernels a little slimy.
Well I was learning Spruitje how to cultivate mushrooms. The polyfills she did did not work that well and the jars became contaminated at about the same time the spores germinated. I took the smelly jarss and wanted to dump them in the garden.
Spruitje took them and placed them in a dark closet of about 15 degrees. You know how grils an be attached to some things
Here is what happened(ing): The cub mycelium grows very slow but healthy, the contamnation stopt his growth. The mycelium slowly colonised the jar and also won the battle. The contamination is not more then a sitting duck. Wonderfull to see how the mycelium won the battle. Realy all contamination has gonne from the jars!
Anyone else experienced this contamination elimination????
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