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OfflineRaist14
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Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing?
    #333532 - 06/04/01 12:06 AM (16 years, 29 days ago)


I have a question for purely educational curiosity. If there is an appearance of what seems to be slightly gray mycelium on a casing would it be safe to guess that is cobweb mold and if so is there an effective treatment method that will leave the mycelium unharmed? Thanks



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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: Raist14]
    #333554 - 06/04/01 12:20 AM (16 years, 29 days ago)

Well to treat it pour some salt around it or some baking soda this will damage that area of your cake but the rest will be saved if you got it soon enough

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: dimitri211]
    #334214 - 06/04/01 06:05 PM (16 years, 28 days ago)

I just got this too, pain in the ass. I'm gonna sprinkle some baking soda over it. Should I cut out the section first, or just baking soda? How much is needed?

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: Psilocybin]
    #334235 - 06/04/01 06:30 PM (16 years, 28 days ago)

I used a pencil torch and burnt the mother fuckin' cobwebs outta my casing. NO growth again. BTW, is cobweb mold deadly or just ugly?

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: Raist14]
    #334287 - 06/04/01 07:37 PM (16 years, 28 days ago)

Do the baking soda thing to get rid of it and mist with peroxide water from now on instead of regular water, it will keep the mold spores from germinating on your casing.

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: Raist14]
    #334825 - 06/05/01 02:56 AM (16 years, 28 days ago)

Just start over, it's harder fighting a contam (because you impossible can see if it's all gone) than making a new casing!
It's also safer!

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: nononsense]
    #334965 - 06/05/01 08:56 AM (16 years, 28 days ago)


Thanks for the information. Cobweb mold sucks. By the time you can tell that it isn't mycelium it's already taken over. Sometimes it's obvious and sometimes it takes a while.

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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: nononsense]
    #338967 - 06/12/01 09:16 AM (16 years, 21 days ago)

Start Over???
I don't think SOOOO! Listen to the others. Misting with a peroxide solution works wonders. If we all gave up at the slightest problem, shit, we'd never grow anything.
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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: Anonymous]
    #339533 - 06/13/01 01:17 AM (16 years, 20 days ago)

Nononsense has more sense than you Anonymous guy!
Maybe cobweb doesn't harm you but what if a pathogenic micro-organism, wich produces toxin is present? If you'd kill the m.o. the toxin is still left. I would't eat the shrooms if I knew there was contam on the casing!! I should start over too.


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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: paddoholland]
    #339586 - 06/13/01 02:07 AM (16 years, 20 days ago)

if we all cut a piece of fiberglass window screen just big enough to cover our substrate and partialy come up the sides then we could case over that and if we get an infection on the casing layer then we could just pull up the screen, dump the casing layer and recase. I forget who mentioned this but it would be a wise investment in my eyes. peace
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Re: Treating cobweb mold infestation on casing? [Re: ALDER_057]
    #339767 - 06/13/01 08:09 AM (16 years, 20 days ago)

Thats a good idea, unless the molds mycelium reaches down through the screen.

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