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When I birthed the first cake, I put it into a lid, in the same orientation as it was during incubation. Today, I turned it upside down, and I found this green square on the bottom.
Since then, I turned it upside down again, onto a layer of vermiculte directly on top of perlite.
Seems the mycelium is almost attacking this spot. This spot was VERY wet and damp when i took off the jar lid. I wiped the water off with a cloth and took these pics, closed it back up and put it in the incubator.
Does it kinda smell like feet? Cause if so you have a Bactillus Problemo and there is only one way to get ride of that THROW IT OUT :( Bacteria is EVIL thats kinda what it looks like to me if it turned blackish and is severly wet also it could be to wet of substrait for the mycelium to exsist with.
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