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I have a darker green in one of my jars right near the top. Just a small space so far as the myc is keeping it at bay and trying to take it over. Can I try to dig it out? Also, I have lurked around a bit and tried to find good, detailed info on h202and how/when to use but have failed to find it. Any links? One more thing, there is kind of an orangish yellowish spots in another jar. Is this moisure or a contam? If moisture will cracking the lid help? Ya'll ROCK!!
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You can try to cut out the dark green. Cut a large section...maybe the whole top section off the cake and spray it down with H202. Isolate it from other cakes. A light yellowing of mycelium is usually caused by water damage. My aquantince has not seen it orange tinted though just a light yellowing where condensation touched.
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