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The Only Spanishgrower

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What is this yellow staff?
    #1438771 - 04/08/03 11:30 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)


I have a tray full of rye wich is colonized a week a go, but I had to wait for preparing the casing. In the right corner there are some yellow areas, which look oily.

I have been looking in the contam section, but could'nt find anything.
What is it? Must I cut that area and throw it to the bin? Now the yellow staff is almost covering half of the inside of the tray.

Thank you!

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Re: What is this yellow staff? [Re: Champi]
    #1438781 - 04/08/03 11:35 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

mycelium mucus...or bi-product.

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Re: What is this yellow staff? [Re: Champi]
    #1438794 - 04/08/03 11:41 AM (15 years, 2 months ago)

First let me say .......using clear glass trays is not the best choice . Why ? Because you will get mushies forming at the base of the tray , that will be very hard to harvest , and when do do harvest those bottom dwellers , you will majorly intrude on the mycelium network damaging future flush .
Second , as for your concern , this only looks like waste products given off by the mycelium in final stages of colonization . Keep an eye on it , if it begins to grow real fast and take over larger areas it could be contams .
But in time that yellow will get bigger and almost gelatinous, this is due to more and more waste being left behind by the mycelium colony .

Any information I give is not intended to aide you in the production of potentialy illegal substances !None of my exp comes from growing illegal varities , so take it as you will .
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