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Durin mid colonization my uncolonized cake substrate turns..
    #1927001 - 09/18/03 12:34 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

It turns a greenish color kinda on alot of jars. The mycelium eats it right up an its not like a actual like formation of bacteria really, its like I check them a few days later and the substrate just turned a tint or green, like it dries out and color from the verm comes off and makes it green or something weird. The same cakes that go green substrate fruit eventuelly and produce normal fruits. Any ideas? Could it be something in my water, something with verm brand? I just switched brands. I use tyvek lids.


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Re: Durin mid colonization my uncolonized cake substrate turns.. [Re: factory81]
    #1927023 - 09/18/03 12:42 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

i cann't really give you an answer but as long as it doesn't smell like hell (only for green molds) i think it's ok and you don't have to worry a lot about it


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Re: Durin mid colonization my uncolonized cake substrate turns.. [Re: tsimpikao]
    #1927034 - 09/18/03 12:46 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

Hell is an understatement. That green shit fucking stinks!


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Re: Durin mid colonization my uncolonized cake substrate turns.. [Re: shakta]
    #1927241 - 09/18/03 01:38 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I think it may be the vermiculite causing that color.
I had some jars made up pf style and let them sit overnight before presure cooking. By the next day, they all got that green you're talking about. Cooked em , injected em, colonised perfectly. BTW I used a generic wholesale brand of verm.


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