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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21284 - 06/21/00 12:53 AM (16 years, 5 months ago)

people have different views on stuff like this. my opinion is, if the shrooms look normal (ie, no discoloration), then they're fine. they grow in the wild with who knows what kind of contaminations, and if they look ok, the picker eats them. for you, it's a judgement call. personally, i wouldn't worry about it.

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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21285 - 06/21/00 03:09 AM (16 years, 5 months ago)

you have GOT to respect his attitude towards it," oh, by the way, will this kill all of my friends?"

be sure to give it to a friend you dont like too much, not like your life long buddy you met in grade school or some shit like that. if he dies, you now know how to get rid of the other friends you dont like too much.

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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21287 - 06/21/00 12:59 AM (16 years, 5 months ago)

I got that little orange stuff too and I think its some sort of mushroom waste product. When I inverted my jars it helped a whole lot. It probably dranied off into the dry vermiculite. When I bithed them and applied the "pf double casing tek" all of it drained out. Good flush with no fatal mushrooms. I think you will be okay if it isn't too bad.

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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21288 - 06/21/00 01:53 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

Do you think it might be rust from your jar lids? I put my cakes on inverted lids in the terrarium, and they have started to rust a bit, creating some orange bits on my perlite. Don't think rust is much reason for concern though.


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InvisibleKavalo
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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21289 - 06/21/00 03:01 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

talking about rust...
my jar lids started devoloping rust while in the incubator... the rust started in the holes and some other parts.. is there any "trick" to "kill" the rust? can the rust lead to contamination on the jars ?


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Re: Is orange contamination deadly?
    #21290 - 06/21/00 04:09 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

I've eaten some of the gnarliest lookin shrooms out there... I've eaten ones that I found growing on cow shit, ones growing out of rotten ass wood chips, and even a few bunk ones that looked like liberty's but turned out to be nothing... and I'm still here, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. The worst thing I've ever had happen was a nice case of diahrea :frown:.


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