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InvisibleNeiL
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Re: Are my babies deformed?
    #305565 - 04/30/01 10:45 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

the white stuff is kind of furry though, does anyone know if is this similar to the white furry mycelium found on the caps if they do not have enough water?





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InvisibleFunkyFungus
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Re: Are my babies deformed? [Re: NeiL]
    #305715 - 04/30/01 01:00 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

someone posted pics of their shrooms doing the same thing. the response was that there wasn't enough humidity and the mycelium was growing up the stem. (the kid i know who grows these is having the same problem... even though it doesn't seem to be a major one). i would think as long as most of the shroom is regular with a bit of white fuzzy coming up the stem a little it's not really anything to worry about, other than you might want to play around with the humidity and see if you can get it up a tad. i'm no expert though...



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Invisiblepuscle
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Re: Are my babies deformed? [Re: NeiL]
    #305745 - 04/30/01 02:00 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Stop it, Neal! :) Don`t fix it if it aint broke. You`ve got a tank of healthy shrooms. Celebrate!



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Re: Are my babies deformed? [Re: puscle]
    #305951 - 04/30/01 06:05 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

I think and I repeat think that the furries are normal. I have no personal experience so that why I say think. I do know that all the actual mushroom is, is mycellium that has condensed and specialized. So around the bottom would be where the regular mycellium are. Now mind you I would do as the above have instructed and leave alone. It sounds fine. Oh by the way on cake or cased? (You might have said but I forgot.)



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