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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18747 - 05/28/00 10:06 PM (17 years, 10 months ago)

Trash it man, looks like mold to me? anyone else?


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18749 - 05/28/00 11:05 PM (17 years, 10 months ago)

that is not blueing, that looks like mold
kiss it goodbye, unless you want to risk being very sick or dieing..


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18750 - 05/28/00 11:36 PM (17 years, 10 months ago)

that is disturbing


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18751 - 05/29/00 01:16 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

It looks like your cakes are getting overrun by yellow mold.


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18752 - 05/29/00 05:28 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

I hate to say it but, toss them. Those cakes have some nasty shit happening there

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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18753 - 05/29/00 10:00 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

I wonder what caused it to do that?


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18754 - 05/29/00 10:22 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

Here is another pic of another cake. This one has it real bad on the top vermiculite layer. Looks like water from the lid may of splashed down on it and contaminated it. What do you all think?
www.geocities.com/pappakaps/blue2.JPG


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18755 - 05/29/00 11:03 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

I ain't no expert, but I did read in the pf tek about lots of contam problems with one-pint cakes as opposed to half-pint cakes, those look like pint sized? Just a thought.

My first 12 half pints have zero contams and all are producing fruits a week after birth. Straight pf tek with h202 in perilite.

Good luck Pappa.
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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18756 - 05/29/00 11:55 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)

No SkinnyPete, those are half pint cakes. I have about 10 right now that are spread out into two different terriums, 7 of them have produced first flushes with no problems or contams. The 1/2 pint cakes you see in these pics are the attempts of second flushes (PF STRAIN). The bluing started after I picked off the first flushes. It first started off as innocent little bruises (as it seemed), but grew to what you see now.


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Re: What is this on my poor little cake? PIC
    #18757 - 05/29/00 02:16 PM (17 years, 10 months ago)

my 1/2 pints are all the exact same. i always get a nice first flush, but after i harvest, that same bluish mold begins to appear. it's happened on every one of my cakes! i sterilized a knife (flame) and cut off the affected areas. this got me an apparently clean second flush, but ill probably toss them just to be safe. i hate blue mold!


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