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Ok Ive been seeing alot about h2o2 (on this site and others) and the general concensus is that it efficiently kills cobweb mold and doesnt harm the mycelium (much). In fact it seems that the mycelium actually gets a tolerance to the stuff. So I'm wondering what anyones thoughts are on adding h202 to my ultra sonic humidifier. (Not straight, mixed in with the other water). Might this screw up the transducer? The h2o2 breaks down into water anyway, so I don't think it would. This wuold theoretically keep the terrrarium free from (at the least) cobweb mold on a constant basis.
Also, does anyone know if the h2o2 will harm the 'shrooms? cause if you could keep using it, it could help keep contamination between flushes down. (my biggest problem)
Thanx for any replies.
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