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Yellow Dots op casing (pic)
    #1755591 - 07/28/03 11:00 AM (13 years, 4 months ago)



Oops i did it Again :frown:

its a Thai on Rye casing with pressure cooked casing mix but i think to much fresh air  :blush:

What do you think what kind it is? 


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: Anand]
    #1755999 - 07/28/03 01:46 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

http://www.shroomery.org/index/par/23418
Pick one. sorry about your troubles.


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: GregHimself]
    #1756035 - 07/28/03 01:56 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Quote:

GregHimself said:
http://www.shroomery.org/index/par/23418
Pick one. sorry about your troubles.
 




tnx for telling me to check the Shroomery Faq but match 1 picture with mine :wink:

Edit: sorry for my not so nice Reply but I always check the Faq first, words don't tell the same as pictures and if someone matches it with something in the Faq it would be nice if it will be added (pictures tell more than a 1000 words)


Edited by Anand (07/28/03 02:03 PM)


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: Anand]
    #1756038 - 07/28/03 01:57 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

well you can narrow it down to anything yellow...then see which looks closest? or which discription matches yours best.


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: GregHimself]
    #1756155 - 07/28/03 02:38 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

Quote:

Shroomery Contam Faq told me:

Black Mold (also Yellow Mold and others) ? Aspergillus sp.
Very common in agar and grain culture, and in compost making. Found on most any organic substrate, Aspergillus prefers a near neutral to slightly basic pH. Well used wooden trays and shelves for holding compost are frequent habitats for this contaminant in the growing house.
Species range in color from yellow to green to black. Most frequently, Aspergillus species are greenish and similar to Penicillium.
Aspergillus niger, as its name implies, is black; Aspergillus flavus is yellow; Aspergillus clavatus is blue-green; Aspergillus fumigatus is grayish green; and Aspergillus veriscolor exhibits a variety of colors (greenish to pinkish to yellowish). These molds, like many others, change in color and appearance according to the medium on which they occur. Several species are thermophilic.
Some Aspergillus species are toxic. Aspergillus flavus, a yellow to yellowish green species, produces the deadly aflatoxins. A. flavus attacks cottonseed meals, peanuts and other seeds high in oil that have been stored in hot, damp environments. Of all the biologically produced toxins, the aflatoxins are the most potent hepatacarcinogens yet found. The toxicity of this species was largely unknown until, in 1960, 100,000 turkeys mysteriously died from an outbreak of this disease in Great Britain.
Since A. flavus grows on practically all types of grain, this species is of serious concern to mushroom spawn producers. Careful handling of any molds, particulary those of the genus Aspergillus, should be a primary responsibility of all managers and workers in mushroom farms.
Aspergillus fumigatus and Aspergillus niger, two thermotolerant mesophiles, are also pathogenic to humans in concentrated quantities. The affliction is called aspergilliosis or "Mushroom Worker's Lung Disease". Spent compost is the most frequent source of Aspergillus fumigatus.










the first pic..... well its not green, my contam is just 2 days old

the second pic is to small to see the exact structure of the contam so still unclear


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: Anand]
    #1756188 - 07/28/03 02:50 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

so i would say throw it out like last weeks meatloaf! You sure as hell don't want that stuff getting near any live turkeys you may have in your home...LOL, just trying to make light out of a bad situation.


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Re: Yellow Dots op casing (pic) [Re: Anand]
    #1756550 - 07/28/03 04:43 PM (13 years, 4 months ago)

High Anand,

You know were this reminds me too?

On my salvia soil I had same kind of thing growing. If it was the start a mushroom culture I do not know, but a mushie appeared on day.

Well I did look for 10 minutes to find the pictures of the mushie and yellow stuff but cannot find them right away.

I did not check the faq as you already did, so goodluck with topic.


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