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AFOAF is tosing away a used casing. Just to see the inside and look for contamination they tore the casing in half. They noticed a blue vein runing through the center of the substrate. Is this result of brusing or contamination? The substrate is rye grains and the strain is amazonian. The casing was 50/50 coco coir and verm with a little oyster shell. The age is over a month and 2 flushes.
Not a great pic, sorry. But the vein runs down center of cake, light blue. They are throwing out the casing regardless, but would like to know for later.
Quick second question: If a casing gets cobweb, but is sprayed with h2o2 and water, and does not return, would the mushrooms still be edible?
-------------------- Have a safe journey through life,
cant see shit in that pic....blueing is most likely bruising, you could always use a tissue and see if it rubs off, if its a contam itll rub off onto the tissue...
use h202 and h20 mix (1/10 i think) to prevent cobweb....it spreads fast, not sure if it will hurt you to eat shrooms off web infection but i believe the problem is, cakes wont fruit if they get cobweb mold