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InvisibleMr. Pink
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Anyone ever seen Wet spot bacteria on a casing?
    #311530 - 05/07/01 07:04 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Is this possible, because AFOAF has had a problem with birdseed jars and wet spot in the past. He now has some coco casing that have beads of liquid all over the mycelium that he HOPES is just mositure, but it appears sinister some how.

Is wet spot just problem with jars, or does it affect casings?

Any thoughts?



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Re: Anyone ever seen Wet spot bacteria on a casing? [Re: Mr. Pink]
    #311929 - 05/08/01 01:18 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

anyone??



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Re: Anyone ever seen Wet spot bacteria on a casing? [Re: Mr. Pink]
    #311933 - 05/08/01 01:24 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

i have seen this too. I am fairly sure that it is some type of bacteria that emerges. The liqued itself is metabolic waste, shroom piss. THe actuall contaminant cant be named unless you have something to go by, but most likely bacteria. In my friends case, by going through TMC trouble shoot, he discovered it was some bacterial blotch.



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Re: Anyone ever seen Wet spot bacteria on a casing? [Re: Mr. Pink]
    #312059 - 05/08/01 05:27 AM (17 years, 7 months ago)

condensation.




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