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"Fermenting" smell in one jar
    #2071723 - 11/05/03 01:16 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

I have one jar that I cased a few days ago. I noticed today that it has a kind of fermenting smell to it, but I see no contam and it basically looks the same as the others. Anyone ever come across this before?


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: SoulSurfer]
    #2071732 - 11/05/03 01:20 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

Usually they are sweet smelling or sour smelling. Although I think I can relate to your smell. I would wait of course, we need not throw away your time and efforts yet, but isolate it from other growth. If it is alone right now then your fine. I would wait and see if it goes away or subsides. I've had some coco coir smell pretty funky a day after casing but end up fine. What does your casing consist of?


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: W1ll1ams11]
    #2071819 - 11/05/03 01:55 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

I just use straight vermiculite, I seem to get less contam that way. Yeah I guess all I can do is wait and see. It's not a particularly bad smell, just really different from what I'm use to


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: SoulSurfer]
    #2071936 - 11/05/03 02:38 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

For the most part the only failures I've had have come from sour really horid smelling occurances. I'd definately wait it out. Did you sterilize the vermiculite? I like to boil my casing material for atleast 45 minutes prior to use. Although, I've had coco coir which was boiled for 1 hour, produce a green weedlike seedling after what I thought was sterilization.


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: SoulSurfer]
    #2072007 - 11/05/03 03:07 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

usually my jars smell just like the mushrooms you buy at the store... i dunno man, the only time i ever had a smell otherwise was so bad in almost knocked me on the floor...i had a headache for a while afterwards, i tossed that muther fucker!


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: wrestler_az]
    #2072259 - 11/05/03 04:57 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

me too wrestler
my foaf's jars smelt like honey and one smelt like death,we had a headache for two days after whiffing that shit.


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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: ]
    #2072499 - 11/05/03 09:20 AM (14 years, 18 days ago)

That's yeast -- increase air exchanges and maybe decrease the humidity a bit if you want -- don't let it dry out, but it's better not to mist it unless you have to, until the yeast goes away.

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Re: "Fermenting" smell in one jar [Re: micro]
    #2072680 - 11/05/03 10:58 AM (14 years, 17 days ago)

yeast?  :wtf:

if a jar smells funky, pitch it. bacterial conatminations are usually not visible to the eye but will smell sour, or sort or sickly-sweet, or fermented like you're talking about.


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