Welcome to the Shroomery Message Board! You are experiencing a small sample of what the site has to offer. Please login or register to post messages and view our exclusive members-only content. You'll gain access to additional forums, file attachments, board customizations, encrypted private messages, and much more!
I posted about this in that thread as well, but figured It might be more appropriate to get help in this forum. Browse that thread to see the condition of the casing. It's doing pretty good so far, but here's the problem:
I also had a few older cakes in there finishing up their last flush. Anyhow, I discovered some green mold on one of them today I promptly removed the cake and disposed of it, but now I'm really getting worried that my casing is going to fall victim. The infected cake was next to my casing. I can't see anything yet on the casing. What preventative measures I can take, if any, to save this casing?
Edit: Also, I've got this casing in a PMP, so I have good air flow. I thought that green mold only grows where there's not very good ari exchange? Maybe it's something else?
"We must see that consciousness is neither an isolated soul nor the mere function of a single nervous system, but of that totality of interrelated stars and galaxies which makes a nervous system possible."
Sorry about your casing. You made the right move in immediately taking action. Consider misting your other casings with a H2O2 dilution for the next few days, which is useful for combatting spore germination, while relatively innocuous to your already present mycelium.
Other than that, keep a close eye on it for the next few days. Try to catch any if it comes before it begins spore production (when it's still white). The texture of this is pretty easily identifiable if you know what to look for. It won't be rhizomorphic like good mycelium, but will be more sold looking, like....popped popcorn I guess.