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I had some trays of horse poo colonizing and when I opened the trays up to case them there was excess water on the top of the colonized horse poo. One tray had a lot, and some spots had turned a clear yellow, leaving some of the myc below it tinted yellowish(like myc piss). I soaked up all excess water with a papertowel and cased (marking all the ones I was suspicous of). From what I've been able to find this is fairly normal and not actually a contam(or atleast one I should be worried of) am I correct?
You're correct. You also took the correct precaution and sopped up the puddles. I've been told to use cotton balls. They're less abrasive than paper towels (which I've used too). Personally I try to dump any excess h2o/mycelium piss from the bottom of my pan into the sink.. then sop up the rest and then case.
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