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Invisibletrozzle
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    #25047260 - 03/08/18 04:56 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: trozzle]
    #25047268 - 03/08/18 05:00 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

It's fucked I would get it out of my grow area ASAP and toss it.


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: UnsungHero]
    #25047305 - 03/08/18 05:18 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

Multispore?

Looks like a mutated abort


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: UnsungHero]
    #25047338 - 03/08/18 05:28 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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It's fucked I would get it out of my grow area ASAP and toss it.




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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: UnsungHero]
    #25047399 - 03/08/18 05:58 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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It's fucked I would get it out of my grow area ASAP and toss it.




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    #25047406 - 03/08/18 06:00 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

 


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: UnsungHero]
    #25047414 - 03/08/18 06:03 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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UnsungHero said:
It's fucked I would get it out of my grow area ASAP and toss it.




This


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: impatientguy]
    #25047501 - 03/08/18 07:02 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

But what is it though? We all know what the mean green is. What is this purple stuff we're looking at?


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: RomeoPapa]
    #25047510 - 03/08/18 07:07 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

Either fusarium, or gibberella mold.


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: trozzle]
    #25047513 - 03/08/18 07:09 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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Cheers, will do straight away. I'll cut the funky bit off and go jam the cake into the garden bed somewhere decent.



Better pick off those fruits before you do that lol

Garden bed is a good idea, let nature do its thing. :biggrin:


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: hamloaf]
    #25047550 - 03/08/18 07:31 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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Either fusarium, or gibberella mold.





If we were playing the card game Bullshit, I would definitely call Bullshit on this.



Or are those really molds? Cause idk.


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: RomeoPapa] * 2
    #25047562 - 03/08/18 07:39 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

Then how are going to call BS on some stuff you don't even know about?  Try looking some stuff up.  What the heck is happening in here tonight?


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: hamloaf]
    #25047576 - 03/08/18 07:47 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

Sorry man. Those just sound like made up words to  this ole hillbilly.

I honestly didn't mean to piss you off.


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    #25047578 - 03/08/18 07:47 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

 


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    #25047583 - 03/08/18 07:49 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

 


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: trozzle] * 1
    #25047595 - 03/08/18 07:55 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

Prints taken from fruits that were exposed to the mold will likely be infected with it.

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hamloaf said:
Either fusarium, or gibberella mold.




These molds are both purplish, pinkish in color, and infect cereal grains.

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X fusarium, the non-reproductive stage of gibberella -- white to pink or salmon-coloured mold with a "streaking" or "star-burst" pattern. Fusarium attacks cells by secreting mycotoxins that dissolve cell walls so that the fungus is then able to eat the cell's contents, enter the cell cavity and reproduce. Produces a toxin called fumonisin which can cause liver and kidney damage and birth defects. It was used to create biological warfare agent "yellow rain". Mostly infects corn and other cereals, toxin mostly affects pigs and horses. Mold can grow in potted plants in hosptials and toxins can affect immunosuppressed patients.  Caution: don't eat anything with pink mold and especially don't breathe or take in any.
X gibberella, the reproductive stage of fusarium -- dark pink, red or purple. Produces:
* gibberellin, a plant hormone that promotes cell elongation and is good for flower formation, and seedling growth;
* vomitoxin or deoxynivalenol, an estrogen toxin that causes anorexia or lack of weight gain in animals but is not considered highly toxic in humans (that is, you would have to eat a lot of infected grain to be affected by it); and
* zearalenone, a mycoestrogen that causes abortions in animals.
Mostly infects corn and other cereals. Caution: don't eat anything with pink, red or purple mold. If accidentally, ingested, no treatment is required provided the toxin source is removed. Symptoms will go away 3-4 weeks after eliminating suspect food.




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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: trozzle]
    #25047607 - 03/08/18 08:02 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

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Also, if you see a word you've never seen before, Google is your friend :wink: took a few seconds to confirm those weren't made up words, and related to the question :smile:





That's a fact man! Those two words hammy threw out were on point.

When I first read the post it sounded to me like something made up that an uncle would tell his 12 year old nephew or something and thought he was being funny.

I was just being retarded. Ham and a lot folks on here are sharp at the scientific aspect of the fungi. I can't even spell or pronounce most of the terminology.


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: RomeoPapa]
    #25047608 - 03/08/18 08:03 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

probably best not to call them out on it then


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: thelanzii]
    #25047623 - 03/08/18 08:10 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

True that. It's hard for me to express my tone over written words. I didn't mean to get everyone all riled up and hope ham accepts my apology for for a misunderstanding.  My bad y'all.


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Re: Odd lavender coloured growth on P.cubensis cake [Re: RomeoPapa]
    #25047627 - 03/08/18 08:11 AM (4 years, 6 months ago)

You're fine.  Stuff happens.  :hatsoff:


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