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Re: cobweb mold [Re: Joshua]
    #967367 - 10/16/02 11:15 PM (19 years, 8 days ago)

Great pic. I always have a hard time with closeups.


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: MAIA]
    #17362962 - 12/09/12 08:01 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

This is all I know...I DESPISE cobweb mold! Fucking shit is a pain in my ass! It does grow in jars...a few of mine at least..and I sterilize using a pc for 90 min. usually (always in my case) occurs when there is too much moisture in the jar and/or temp too high! It grows very fast. Did I mention I hate the shit! Oh,yeah it can be killed according to RR by spraying it with peroxide 3%, which is the typical strength sold in reg grocery stores as an antiseptic. Im not so sure about jars, finally got 1 damn quart jar perfect. Then put in substrate of cow poo/straw covered with wax paper and lid. Im  thinking this caused 1 or both of the aforementioned "cobweb" playgrounds. Now I am spraying it every 12 hrs with the peroxide (after taking off the lid and wax paper)and have a fan blowing in that general direction. I refuse to lose my only 'baby' if i can help it at all. Thing I am concerned about now is I want it (fuzzy shit)to DIE so I have basically drowned my substrate. Can anyone tell me where to go from here? PLEASE? Should I pasturize more substrate and add some? (maybe on the dry side).


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: bluegreenbaby]
    #17363009 - 12/09/12 08:09 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

Yes i know this thread is old!!! What happens when every time I ask a question..twice..I'm told to use the search engine..granted I started out asking how to, when it was obvious I hadn't done any research.  I have since been eating, drinking, sleeping shrooms! now if I can get it together on how to use this forum correctly maybe I'll get somewhere ...


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: bluegreenbaby]
    #17364346 - 12/09/12 11:39 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

Why didn't you just make a new thread instead of bumping one from over 10 years ago...?


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: Jimmyhunter1000]
    #17365729 - 12/10/12 07:36 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

Bumping an old pisses people off for some reason. Use the search engine for your questions. If you have a hard time adequately finding your answers, then feel free to make a new thread in the appropriate sub-forum. Hope that helps.


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: TheEaglesGift]
    #17377273 - 12/11/12 11:41 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

heres some good pics of cobweb mold ...http://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php/Number/17364733


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: zeta]
    #17377568 - 12/12/12 12:28 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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zeta said:
I have never had cobweb mold, but according to TMC, cobweb mold can be stopped by covering it with salt or baking soda. It makes a real mess of mushrooms but poses no danger to humans. So if the mushrooms look okay and are not rotten inside then you could eat them if you were deparate.




:foreheadslap: Cobweb can be stopped by using a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution. You cover trich with a salt paste and I dont know what you do with baking soda.
http://www.shroomery.org/5276/What-are-common-contaminants-of-the-mushroom-culture


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: creekfreek]
    #17377607 - 12/12/12 12:34 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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zeta said:
I have never had cobweb mold, but according to TMC, cobweb mold can be stopped by covering it with salt or baking soda. It makes a real mess of mushrooms but poses no danger to humans. So if the mushrooms look okay and are not rotten inside then you could eat them if you were deparate.




:foreheadslap: Cobweb can be stopped by using a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution. You cover trich with a salt paste and I dont know what you do with baking soda.
http://www.shroomery.org/5276/What-are-common-contaminants-of-the-mushroom-culture








When do you use the 3% hydrogen peroxide solution while your making the brf cakes ? Are do u mean if u get it while already fully colonized and fruiting ?
Could my cakes could of been saved ?


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: bluegreenbaby]
    #17377633 - 12/12/12 12:38 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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This is all I know...I DESPISE cobweb mold! Fucking shit is a pain in my ass! It does grow in jars...a few of mine at least..and I sterilize using a pc for 90 min. usually (always in my case) occurs when there is too much moisture in the jar and/or temp too high! It grows very fast. Did I mention I hate the shit! Oh,yeah it can be killed according to RR by spraying it with peroxide 3%, which is the typical strength sold in reg grocery stores as an antiseptic. Im not so sure about jars, finally got 1 damn quart jar perfect. Then put in substrate of cow poo/straw covered with wax paper and lid. Im  thinking this caused 1 or both of the aforementioned "cobweb" playgrounds. Now I am spraying it every 12 hrs with the peroxide (after taking off the lid and wax paper)and have a fan blowing in that general direction. I refuse to lose my only 'baby' if i can help it at all. Thing I am concerned about now is I want it (fuzzy shit)to DIE so I have basically drowned my substrate. Can anyone tell me where to go from here? PLEASE? Should I pasturize more substrate and add some? (maybe on the dry side).





Why the hell did this guy open and post in this post anyways its over 10 years old ffs .


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: tokeweed420]
    #17377640 - 12/12/12 12:39 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

If you have cobweb in your jars, and I am not 100% certain that you do, you PC or boil them for 90 minutes then dump them out and start over.
If you have it on a cake or bulk, then you can use the peroxide.


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: creekfreek]
    #17378258 - 12/12/12 04:47 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

tokeweed420, invitro cakes can not be saved by any means from mould. The only way you can battle and defeat cobweb is if it shows up on a fully colonized and birthed substrate or cake, and then you treat it with a h2o2 spray.


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: TheEaglesGift]
    #17378345 - 12/12/12 06:22 AM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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tokeweed420, invitro cakes can not be saved by any means from mould. The only way you can battle and defeat cobweb is if it shows up on a fully colonized and birthed substrate or cake, and then you treat it with a h2o2 spray.






Ok thanks ... Thats  what i thought he meant .


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: tokeweed420]
    #17379669 - 12/12/12 02:21 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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creekfreek said:
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zeta said:
I have never had cobweb mold, but according to TMC, cobweb mold can be stopped by covering it with salt or baking soda. It makes a real mess of mushrooms but poses no danger to humans. So if the mushrooms look okay and are not rotten inside then you could eat them if you were deparate.




:foreheadslap: Cobweb can be stopped by using a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution. You cover trich with a salt paste and I dont know what you do with baking soda.
http://www.shroomery.org/5276/What-are-common-contaminants-of-the-mushroom-culture








When do you use the 3% hydrogen peroxide solution while your making the brf cakes ? Are do u mean if u get it while already fully colonized and fruiting ?
Could my cakes could of been saved ?




It's unlikely it's cobweb mold anyways. There are a lot of molds that look similar to that but cobweb is primarily a contaminant of casing layers and is particularly rare in jars, though you might find it on a dry verm layer that got damp.


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Re: cobweb mold [Re: Kizzle]
    #17381075 - 12/12/12 06:43 PM (8 years, 10 months ago)

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tokeweed420 said:
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creekfreek said:
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zeta said:
I have never had cobweb mold, but according to TMC, cobweb mold can be stopped by covering it with salt or baking soda. It makes a real mess of mushrooms but poses no danger to humans. So if the mushrooms look okay and are not rotten inside then you could eat them if you were deparate.




:foreheadslap: Cobweb can be stopped by using a 3% hydrogen peroxide solution. You cover trich with a salt paste and I dont know what you do with baking soda.
http://www.shroomery.org/5276/What-are-common-contaminants-of-the-mushroom-culture








When do you use the 3% hydrogen peroxide solution while your making the brf cakes ? Are do u mean if u get it while already fully colonized and fruiting ?
Could my cakes could of been saved ?




It's unlikely it's cobweb mold anyways. There are a lot of molds that look similar to that but cobweb is primarily a contaminant of casing layers and is particularly rare in jars, though you might find it on a dry verm layer that got damp.





I think i figured out my problem i forgot to clean the inside of my glove box before i used it ...and i checked afterwards it is dusty ...and all so my moister content was way off in my substrate i basically just guesstimated the ratio ...


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