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15 days ago AFOAF started 4 myco bags, 2 b+, 1 pe, 1 huatla de jimenez. The b+ are doing well, pe slow but ok. The huatla bag has developed a greenish/brown mold, looks like mycellium but not white. They have isolated this bag away from others but a couple of questions. Will it contaminate the other bags? Why did this happen? Spore syringes were from THE, bags from mycobag. I also posted this in cultivation, so forgive the duplicate post. Thanks for any input
Most probably, if it is not isolated. You did well tough.
Quote: Why did this happen?
There might be many reasons. Maybe something went wrong during the inoculation procedure, or maybe a bad syringe, or maybe a bad substrate, or just maybe bad luck. Try testing the syringe with a PF style cake and make sure your inoculation procedures are sterile enough.