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OfflineSillycelium123
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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #27373165 - 07/03/21 06:25 PM (3 years, 21 days ago)

Black spot appeared just before cylium. isolated and appears to be foing away?can i still birth and spawn?
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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #27417259 - 08/06/21 05:50 PM (2 years, 11 months ago)

In previous grows  I’ve had some of my stems present brown streaks and/or rusty brown scales or coating near the base of the stem what kind of contamination might that be or is it possible it’s  a genetic variation?
It doesn’t seem to spread . It Does present on the stem  rarely more than halfway up the stem .
I got my Mexican and b+ mixed up so I’m not sure of the variety. One of the two.
I don’t have a photo , but when it happens again I will document and post


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Psilimax] * 2
    #27432311 - 08/17/21 08:25 PM (2 years, 11 months ago)

Cambodian with brown streaks and scales on stem
It hasn’t made me or anyone else ill . I thought it was genetics but evidently it’s bacterial. I pray that it’s benign.



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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman]
    #28007974 - 10/20/22 03:07 PM (1 year, 8 months ago)





I need help in determining what to do with this greenish mold that recently showed up.  I assume I need to lower the moisture in the tub, but should I remove that section of substrate from the tub or maybe spray it with a hydrogen peroxide and water blend?

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Trabin2836] * 1
    #28008695 - 10/21/22 02:24 AM (1 year, 8 months ago)

I would recommend to let them fruit and take sporeprints, start over.

Mold is for me always like a 100% throwaway grow. But you can still get some prints so you have enough resources to start over.

Would like to hear other opinions tho.


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #28132111 - 01/09/23 11:55 AM (1 year, 6 months ago)

Nice Read thanks

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 2
    #28135893 - 01/11/23 07:45 PM (1 year, 6 months ago)

Cubensis contaminating pan cyans is the best thing I read today.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Trabin2836] * 1
    #28136236 - 01/12/23 05:55 AM (1 year, 6 months ago)

grab the thickest pin/mushroom, shower it I'm alcohol, rip it open (not cut it) take a small piece from the center to agar.
the oyster culture I'm growing these days came from a moldy bag

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: TheEaglesGift] * 1
    #28204941 - 02/26/23 05:14 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

What would cause a pin to grow upside down on agar? Cap on the mycelium layer, the volva in the air? I cant post pics right now but when I can I will share.


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Mycovester] * 1
    #28210491 - 03/02/23 02:38 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

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Mycovester said:
What would cause a pin to grow upside down on agar? Cap on the mycelium layer, the volva in the air? I cant post pics right now but when I can I will share.






This is what I was talking about. These pinned on agar, but the two circled are growing upside down!


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Mycovester]
    #28231870 - 03/16/23 10:59 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

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Mycovester said:
What would cause a pin to grow upside down on agar? Cap on the mycelium layer, the volva in the air? I cant post pics right now but when I can I will share.




Probably a combination of genetics and a "weird" environment.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman]
    #28242292 - 03/23/23 01:27 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

Great article thankyou
Just wondering if you have any idea what this is and If it’s normal, there is like a slimy film on the cap.also would anyone have any idea if it’s ok to eat/put in the dehydrator
Thankyou for your time

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Sakedawg1] * 2
    #28242384 - 03/23/23 05:45 AM (1 year, 4 months ago)

I think this post is about common contaminate mushrooms not bacteria/mold contamination.

This a better place for asking questions about bacteria/mold:

Recognizing and Dealing With Contamination

Another resource:
Here's How it Should and Shouldn't Look


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #28366156 - 06/19/23 07:18 PM (1 year, 1 month ago)

So much good info on this site.

Thanks o7

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Xorgo]
    #28378498 - 06/29/23 01:32 AM (1 year, 26 days ago)

Thx!!

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman]
    #28381889 - 07/01/23 10:14 PM (1 year, 23 days ago)

Found this very useful, thanks for the writeup

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Maestus] * 1
    #28381895 - 07/01/23 10:23 PM (1 year, 23 days ago)

What's with all the cops?


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Deemstar]
    #28564098 - 12/01/23 05:38 PM (7 months, 18 days ago)

Some of the stinkhorns are so gnarly that if I caught them in my grow and didn't know what they were I would be legitimately freaked the fuck out. See Clathrus ruber, it looks like if hell had vegetation

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: galaxy_brain]
    #28566004 - 12/02/23 09:44 PM (7 months, 17 days ago)

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Some of the stinkhorns are so gnarly that if I caught them in my grow and didn't know what they were I would be legitimately freaked the fuck out. See Clathrus ruber, it looks like if hell had vegetation




I'd  be pretty concerned with my technique if I had my grow contaminated by stinkhorns. That being said, great info. I hadn't considered a different mushroom as a contaminant.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #28586222 - 12/17/23 01:07 AM (7 months, 3 days ago)

Very interesting hearing about people accidentally growing cubes I had never heard of this before:grin:

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