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If for instance a substrate mixture were developing mycelium, as is the desired effect, and a nasty little bit of contamination threatened to destroy the whole thing we don't want to consume anything that grows from this mycelium because by harvest time the contaminant could have taken seige of the whole mixture. But, in an early enough stage of contamination, is it plausable to promptly remove any existing or abundant mycelium and extract the psilocybin and psilocin as opposed to throwing the whole lot away? All insight is sought and welcomed. Thank you.
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assuming your using 1/2pint jars, hell lets assume your using gallon jars. There isn't enough mycelium to get anything worth while from, unless its atleast half to 3/4 colonized. Besiedes that there isn't much psilocybin in the mycelium to begin with.
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jonny ther is rite I wouldn't attempt to salvage part of a single cake.. I had one that was mostly done except for a small spot and i had to cut off a slice due to a tiny bit of green mold. I boiled the clearly clean parts (i cut/crumbled it fully to see) and boiled for 20-40 min and strained and added tea bag.... No effect at all from one jar. I thought I would at least feel some of a buzz. I belive after it can't produce any more shrooms the cakes much more potent.
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