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Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms * 21
    #17305253 - 11/29/12 07:41 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

Mushroom Cultivation: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms


"I grew mushrooms but they don't look right"

Not all contamination is slimy or moldy.  Sometimes a mushroom substrate can unintentionally produce unwanted mushrooms.

Presenting an informational collection of images of contaminate mushrooms growing on cakes or in trays.  The list is rather short so you should be able to find your rogue mushrooms here.  If you find something completely different, let me know and I'll add it to the list.  All images are of actual contaminate mushrooms observed and documented by members of the Shroomery forums.

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#1 Schizophyllum commune (Common Split gill)

This is an extremely common contaminate mushroom, often mistaken for small Pleurotus (oyster mushrooms).  The mushrooms start out looking like a tiny flask before flattening out to the mature fan-like form.  This species has a worldwide distribution where it is usually found growing on wood.  Despite it being a highly successful wood decaying fungus, it seems just as happy on rice flour and vermiculite. 

Reported in the forums several times a year, with reports spiking in the summer months.  Forum posts suggest that the usual source of this mushroom contaminate is natural environmental spore load.

This species is actually edible, but is usually designated as inedible in guidebooks because of its tough, chewy texture. 

 


Schizophyllum commune - collected Shroomery posts

Tom Volk's Mushroom of the Month Schizopyllum commune
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#2 Small Gray Unknown (Spikes)

A less common but not rare contaminate, sometimes mistaken for Panaeolus or malformed Pleurotus (oyster mushrooms).  The mushrooms are small and thin with white spores.  The cap and stem are the same color, usually grayish. Reported about once a year on this forum. This is almost certainly a collection of similar species since there is some variability in appearance.  Collybia is a possible genus.  The contamination source is apparently environmental spore load.  Not active or edible, possibly poisonous. DO NOT EAT!

       

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Rahz (2005)
bensoncd1990 (2007)
juggaloskater (2008)
gmarkball (2011)
Scarousel (2012)
F4112N (2012)
capncaveman (2014)

Microscopy of juggaloskater specimen


The reports of this rarer type of contaminate are hard to find in the forums since they lack common search keywords, so let me know if I missed any.  I am pretty sure I've seen a few more over the years.

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#3 Pleurotus (Oyster Mushrooms)

Oyster mushrooms are a fairly common contaminate but unlike #1 and #2, these rarely (never?) occur due to wild spores.  The oyster mushrooms are usually malformed and not immediately recognizable.  They are extremely sensitive to the high CO2 levels often found in low-tech passive grow chambers.  The lack of adequate air exchange causes reduced funnel shaped caps and elongated stems.  Cap color can be white, brown, blue or yellow, depending on the oyster species (pink is possible but has yet to be observed as a contaminate).  Stems are white, spores are white to pale lilac.

Update with pink oyster example.
https://www.reddit.com/r/shroomery/comments/14653dp/a_cautionary_tale_of_pink_oysters/

There are 3 main causes for oyster mushrooms to appear where they are not expected. 

A mixup of cultures/trays by the cultivator that is growing more than one species, one of which are oyster mushrooms. 

A high oyster spore load from an earlier successful oyster mushroom fruiting has contaminated the cultivation area. 

Contaminated spore prints from side by side growing of oysters and other species.  This has been known to happen with purchased and traded spores.  Oyster mushrooms are very aggressive and can overgrow most other desirable species even if only a few oyster spores are present. Not active, Edible (choice if grown properly) 




The far right image by Lorddavros (see Weird link below) shows cubensis and oysters growing from the same cake.  An outstanding example of oyster contamination. 

A small selection of unintentional oyster mushroom cultivation posts

Oysters
Oysters instead of Cubensis
Weird
Strange

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#4 Coprinoids (Inky Caps)

A common contaminate mushroom often seen in bulk cultivations using manures, composts, straw or soils.  The spores of many coprinoids are thermotolerant and can survive inadequate pasteurization.  There are many species but the contaminating types are all fast growing and fragile with most dissolving into an inky liquid at maturity. The cap coloration can be white, brown or gray.  The young caps are usually egg shaped, but mature into a bell or parasol shape before melting down.  Spores are black.  Not active, not edible (some species can be somewhat toxic, but none are considered deadly)





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Mushroom contaminate
Inky caps
More inky caps
Albino PE?

The Shroomery Contaminate page, includes inky caps

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#5 Psilocybe cubensis (Cubes)

Psilocybe cubensis can contaminate Panaeolus cyanescens (and allies) cultivations and more rarely other species.  The reasons are the same as with oyster contamination (see #3 above) with the additional factor of spores intentionally or mistakenly mislabeled (both species have dark spores so the spore prints are visually similar)

Interestingly, trays of fully colonized Panaeolus can produce a normal flush of Panaeolus mushrooms before becoming overwhelmed by Cubensis mycelium and fruiting cubensis for the 2nd and following flushes.  This generally happens when both species are grown in close proximity and the grow area is loaded with free cubensis spores.  It appears that the Panaeolus colonized substrate is selective for cubensis colonization.  This hints at the possibility of sequential use of manure based substrates. 

 

Although Cubensis contamination is common, pictures are almost always of one species or the other.  Currently I am only able to find one good Shroomery posted picture showing both species growing in the same container.  The two pictures on the right are from the thehawkseye and mycotopia.  If I find more Shroomery posted pictures I will replace the the offsite ones.

Pans don't look like pans

Rogue mushrooms

Cubensis instead of Oysters


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#6 Everything else

Rare events that don't fit in the above.

Polypore?

Stemonitis splendens. Chocolate Tube Slime Mold

*minor edits: 3/28/2020

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 3
    #17305983 - 11/29/12 10:00 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

Good read, thank you for the information. Those hary coprinoids is the craziest shroom I've ever seen.


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Deemstar] * 4
    #17306022 - 11/29/12 10:11 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

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Good read, thank you for the information. Those hary coprinoids is the craziest shroom I've ever seen.




That is Coprinopsis lagopus if you want to use the Google for more information.


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 3
    #17309788 - 11/30/12 03:23 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

Very interesting read, thank you for sharing!

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    #18469649 - 06/25/13 12:28 PM (10 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: FrankHorrigan] * 2
    #18469703 - 06/25/13 12:41 PM (10 years, 8 months ago)

If I remember correctly I think Inky Caps are edible before they start decomposing. They produce some chemical though that is toxic if you consume with alcohol. Can anyone confirm this?


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Kizzle] * 3
    #18469788 - 06/25/13 12:59 PM (10 years, 8 months ago)

It depends on what you are calling Inky Caps.  If you mean Coprinopsis atramentaria, then yes, you are correct.  But if you mean any Coprinoid type, inky melting mushroom that you are likely to find as a contaminate in your mushroom growing efforts, then no.

Alcohol Inky:
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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 3
    #20667184 - 10/06/14 03:50 PM (9 years, 4 months ago)

Old post of type #2 contamination, saved for reference.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 3
    #20668207 - 10/06/14 07:34 PM (9 years, 4 months ago)


Those look like Enoki

I suppose if it's the same as the one with microscope pics then's probably not. Have you tried posting these in identification forum?


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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Deemstar] * 2
    #21114968 - 01/13/15 02:50 PM (9 years, 1 month ago)

Hi, I've been a long-time reader of these forums but this is my first actual post.

The reason I'm writing is that I've come across something I've not read about anywhere else.  The issue is that I had sterilized bags of PF Tek I was using to grow from inoculation to harvest.  When the first harvest came, I cut a hole in the bag, pulled the flowers through, then taped it up again.  It all seemed to go really well.  The problem is that a couple days later I saw some black growth, and the flowers had stopped growing.  I had pretty much given up on it but it wasn't quite trash day yet so I just left it.  Here it is, trash day, and now the happy white mycelium has actually piled-up on top of the black (which has since stagnated), overtaking it, and new flowers are now growing big and healthy.

So, my question is this: What the hell?

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Cryono] * 2
    #21119624 - 01/14/15 09:22 AM (9 years, 1 month ago)

By flowers I hope u mean mushrooms. If any of the mushrooms grew fully mature it's a possibility it was just dropped spores which then germinated


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    #21177956 - 01/26/15 07:23 AM (9 years, 1 month ago)

Hi this is my first time growing and i have one substrate that seems to be doing well but there is one part that seams a lot thicker than it should and im not sure if it could be cobweb mold. Is there a way i can tell specifically

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Cobweb mold is grayish and really stringy


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    #21247425 - 02/09/15 10:00 AM (9 years, 26 days ago)

This is my first time growing and im using the pf tek method with cakes. The strain is Cambodian and so far this is the only cake that has produced such large fruits. I noticed green colored spots. Is this green peniscillin mold? If so must I dispose of the whole cake or since I caught this relatively early (if it actually is the GPM), could I just pick that mushroom off and leave the cake amongst the others? PLEASE SOMEONE HELP MEEE. Like I said its my first time and so far no contaminations(other than this) in any of the cakes. So Im trying to get it out of there asap if necessary to prevent further contamination. Also could someone tell me what I may be doing wrong? I beleive it very well could be that there is too much moisture in the fruiting chamber. Is this a common result of high humidity? http://

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    #21311363 - 02/21/15 11:39 PM (9 years, 14 days ago)

Hello, i grew my first batch and picked  about 500 fresh grams from 2 cakes altogether. The last batch wasnt drying as it should so i placed in front of my fan.  Have a homemade cardboard box with rice and toilet paper to dry. I placed the box n front of the fan with the lid cracked and now the caps have turned slightly green at the edges and the stems are now bluish and rubbery and soft. Like when i picked them up to flip them over they bent n half like a rubber band. The other batches are golden caps with yellowish stems and cracker dry. thIs is my first time and im lost. Please help

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: XxMUST_BE_LUCKxX] * 2
    #21525499 - 04/09/15 06:33 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

What did people do before they had forums like this to guide them?

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: AmoebicMagician] * 2
    #21527303 - 04/10/15 03:30 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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What did people do before they had forums like this to guide them?



Mycology is actually a pretty recent field, being only several decades old.

Before forums like this you had books, college, or if you were lucky enough, a mentor.

That said, they've been cultivating Shiitake in japan for 100's if not 1000's of  years, although the techniques employed were different than the ones we use. Impressive nonetheless.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 3
    #21766685 - 06/05/15 04:46 PM (8 years, 8 months ago)

I bumped because I quote posted this in the wrong thread. Good write up nonetheless.


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    #22141254 - 08/25/15 03:06 PM (8 years, 6 months ago)

hello guys
i am not experienced cultivator
i have tried outdoor cultivation for first time and the first mushies i saw were " #4 Coprinoids (Inky Caps) "
so i am wondering if my cubes will pin or i have to throw them away?
the strain i used was b+ on cow manure and straw (no sterilized, no pasteurized)
what are my chances to have some cubes? and will be safe to eat them?

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    #22141259 - 08/25/15 03:07 PM (8 years, 6 months ago)

It's hard to know what your chances of success are, but if you do indeed get actual cubes they will be safe to eat.

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    #22172536 - 09/01/15 04:56 AM (8 years, 6 months ago)

What does this look like to you guys.... Im pretty concerned.  There are loads of soft blue one that i harvested from my kit, but as you can see some of them are perfect, others are dingy and blue.  What is also strange is that the blue ones were growing right next to the healthy looking ones.  All my kits were like this.  Did i let them grow too long?  Is it the C02 or a bacteria?  IM CONFUSED haha, thanks for the help.




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    #22172853 - 09/01/15 07:57 AM (8 years, 6 months ago)

Make your own thread next time. They're bruised. Search more on bruising. They're fine and still edible.


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    #22443061 - 10/28/15 01:53 AM (8 years, 4 months ago)

Great post... helped me out today.... fo sho!!!

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    #22443070 - 10/28/15 01:56 AM (8 years, 4 months ago)

This helped me alot... I had some on one of my cakes and I pulled it and got rid of the cake.  It was fine yesterday and all of a sudden a small hairy grey patch showed up...

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    #24081950 - 02/11/17 10:52 AM (7 years, 23 days ago)

Hi there,

I've been trying to figure out how to post to ask a question so please forgive me if this is the wrong way to go about it as i haven't been able to figure out another way.

I am trying to diagnose this or these contaminants. What is wrong with these?


This is what a health or healthier fruit of this strain should look like i believe.


Please, any input would be appreciated as i have not managed to find anything similar to this in the archives.

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    #24688005 - 10/06/17 10:22 AM (6 years, 4 months ago)

Another 'Thanks Workman' here :smile:
  I got one tub out of three that are putting out a really vile smelling Coprinus.
You saved me and other members the trouble of IDing this contam.
Great work on this posting, easy to understand, yes I must have incompletely pasteurized my 3rd Hpoo/straw/verm/gypsum batch, I was indeed concerned with killing off the good. happy the two large tubs seem OK, I made the smaller one showing Coprinus because I ended up with extra substrate, and imagine this had higher % substrate from the middle of a bag./
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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: steelheadwill] * 1
    #24724673 - 10/20/17 02:06 PM (6 years, 4 months ago)

I have some strange thing happen in my bulk substrate bag. The spawn run was very good with nice looking mycelia. When I transfer them into sawdust bags, at the beginning, everything looked okay. Many small white mycelia spots showing everywhere and growing nicely, but when these white mycelium circles met each other, they didn't merge, instead, irregular shaped  spaces with darker color formed between those circles with clear boundary. Is this normal? In addition, some spider web kind of mycelia can be seen growing on the background of the mycelium layer (the third picture). Are these contaminations?





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    #26627048 - 04/25/20 12:31 PM (3 years, 10 months ago)

Any idea which green mold starts as a Super white mycelium then turns green? How dangerous? Is it Trich, penecilium, or Aspergillus?

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    #26683967 - 05/20/20 06:21 PM (3 years, 9 months ago)

I've seen this too, but don't know the ID. It starts as white dots, progresses to a circular growth pattern, then as soon as it gets a foothold creates a pretty solid mat, and then eventually blossoms into a green fluffy mess.

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    #26868900 - 08/07/20 06:42 PM (3 years, 6 months ago)

There is an old wives tale that says women would slip them into their husbands meals if they suspected they were drinking 😅. Obv just a tale, but there are actually a few mush's out there that don't react well with alcohol in the human gut. It also depends on each individual too. Lobster mushrooms are known to make you nauseous if consumed with alcohol too but Ive consumed them with it and felt fine while witnessing someone else barf their day up. Neat!


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    #26929388 - 09/11/20 05:20 AM (3 years, 5 months ago)

Very helpful post. This answers a question a buddy and I had about what happened when some weird flute shaped looking mushrooms grew out of his sub instead of cubes.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Mdnghtgspl] * 1
    #27000824 - 10/24/20 05:51 AM (3 years, 4 months ago)

Dear all,
Hope you are well. A person show me these mushrooms that were from a grow kit. They were bought as B+, but they look very different from the B+ I've seen until know. What you think? Mutation, contamination? He told me that in the begining, by mistake, he sprayied the cake with alcohol 70% by mistake - do you think it can explain?






Thank you

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: 5-MeO-stuff] * 1
    #27001531 - 10/24/20 04:26 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

Moving to proper channels.

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    #27001534 - 10/24/20 04:29 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

I would think Ye Goode Olde PF Tek would be the most fool-proof method for a new grower.


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    #27001541 - 10/24/20 04:34 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

I thought so, but I had a lot of issues. I can attempt another try with my, now, two failure experiences, but I do not have a lot of chances. I'll give it another read through.

Should I junk the three bags, all five, let them sit?

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Weyland] * 1
    #27001604 - 10/24/20 05:22 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

Sorry, I have no advice for you on that except that whatever you have there is probably not a contaminate mushroom, which is what this thread is about.

A grow being contaminated by another species of mushroom is pretty rare. Usually it's bacteria, mold/mildew, or yeast.


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    #27001619 - 10/24/20 05:28 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

So, my pictures do not show a mold or bacteria? Are they safe to keep growing?

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    #27001635 - 10/24/20 05:42 PM (3 years, 4 months ago)

I don't think I'm qualified to tell you that. I would suggest you start a new thread in the Mushroom Cultivation forum, and select Contamination as the subcategory.

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Re: Guide to Common Contaminate Mushrooms [Re: Workman] * 1
    #27255466 - 03/16/21 10:39 AM (2 years, 11 months ago)

This is the best info I've seen anywhere on this topic, thanks SO much for putting this all together and sharing your knowledge!!

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    #27373165 - 07/03/21 06:25 PM (2 years, 7 months 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, 6 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.
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    #27432311 - 08/17/21 08:25 PM (2 years, 6 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, 4 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, 4 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.

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    #28132111 - 01/09/23 11:55 AM (1 year, 1 month ago)

Nice Read thanks

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    #28135893 - 01/11/23 07:45 PM (1 year, 1 month 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, 1 month 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, 7 days 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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    #28210491 - 03/02/23 02:38 AM (1 year, 4 days ago)

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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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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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    #28242292 - 03/23/23 01:27 AM (11 months, 7 days 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
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    #28242384 - 03/23/23 05:45 AM (11 months, 6 days 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

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So much good info on this site.

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Found this very useful, thanks for the writeup

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    #28381895 - 07/01/23 10:23 PM (7 months, 30 days ago)

What's with all the cops?


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    #28564098 - 12/01/23 05:38 PM (3 months, 1 day 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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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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Very interesting hearing about people accidentally growing cubes I had never heard of this before:grin:

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    #28595408 - 12/23/23 03:11 PM (2 months, 10 days ago)

Yeah its pretty lolzy :lol: It would appear that some spore vendors deal with edible species and Cubenis strains, so theres some cross-contamination between the two. Stonks if you ask me! :yesnod:


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