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I have some WBS jars that have been incubating for 2 weeks at 70 degrees. A couple of them are about 80-90% while the other 2 are at about 40-50%. Anyway one of the jars has a couple of kernals in it that have little greyish green spots on them. I can't tell if it's mold growth or just a couple of fucked up kernals. The one that is like 90% done is the one with this going on. It's only on like 2 kernals that have no myc. on them yet. It looks like it has a dry texture. I noticed it like a week ago, and since then it hasn't spread or anything. Does this sound like mold? ALso, that jar should be done in like 2 days. If it finishes and there are no signs of mold, should it be good to go? Im spawning to an outdoor bed, so the risk of the contam wont be as bad.
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if its outdoor bed i wouldnt owrry, ive had lots of grey/green mold issues with WBS, did u simmer first? usually simmering then jaring and sitting them overnight THEN pcing them helps contams alot. Peace
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