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Offlinemahookah
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Brown goo in birdseed?
    #437499 - 10/26/01 10:28 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

It's been two weeks since a foaf innocculated a bunch of finch seed jars. They took off like rockets the first week but have since slowed down. There is so far no sign of contams, just this brown watery goo along the glass. Is this mycellium piss or is it from not rinsing off the bird seed ( which he did do) enough? It also looks pretty wet in there so he took half his jars into a glovebox and replaced the lids with filter disks. Think that will help? They're at 80 degrees in the dark so I don't know whats slowing them down? Are they too moist? How do I tell? Thanx shroomers.


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Re: Brown goo in birdseed? [Re: mahookah]
    #437504 - 10/26/01 10:32 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

Sounds like it may be a wild yeast that got in there. Just keep an eye on it.
Usually yeast and Mycelium can grow side by side without affecting each other too much. (That's what happened to my FOAF)
If the brown "goo" starts taking over the mycelium colonized part, THEN you have a contam.


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Re: Brown goo in birdseed? [Re: TheReverend]
    #438411 - 10/27/01 09:49 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

It's a liquid


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Re: Brown goo in birdseed? [Re: mahookah]
    #438437 - 10/27/01 11:16 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

probably bacterial blotch or bacillis
smells like rotten apples or smelly feet.. trash can..
did you use a pc?


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