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OfflineSamhainJ
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waste a jar..
    #2944661 - 07/30/04 02:36 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

i have 6 jars all with white stringy growth that looks almost hairy i cant tell if its cobweb or not, should i take one of the jars out for inspection, and what is a sure fire sign for me to tell after i take it out? i just dont want to waste anymore time if they are all contaminated.


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Re: waste a jar.. [Re: SamhainJ]
    #2944696 - 07/30/04 02:41 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

Molds smell like shit in the garabage. Do not take a huge whiff, as it could be toxic air. Waft it.

The cobwebs are alot quicker spreading. They have little spore shits, while mycelium use mushrooms to spew spores. Also, cobweb is so much stringyer and the strings spread far, this is one adaptation which makes cobweb fast.

Usually cobweb kills off parts of your cake and opens it to other infections after a some time. You might as well dump it.


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Re: waste a jar.. [Re: MAGnum]
    #2944739 - 07/30/04 02:46 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

also i believe somebody said cobweb has black "spore pods" on the ends of the strings, mine do not have this. growth started three days after inoculation, and it has now been 10 days since first growth signs and the jars are not completly covered. would cobweb totally cover a jar in 10 days if kept around 75-80 degrees F?


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Re: waste a jar.. [Re: SamhainJ]
    #2945647 - 07/30/04 06:22 PM (12 years, 4 months ago)

yeah its probably just mycelium.


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