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please help identify
    #4600300 - 08/30/05 08:28 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

my first flush went ok, the second flush, there were less, but they seemed bigger, fuller. but i also got some wierd stuff goin on, and i think some parts are contaminated.
sorry that the pics arent focused well, best i could do with my crappy camera.



this fuzz was there in my first flush, and it doesnt seem to stop the shrooms from growing, if anything the one growin there is the biggest, so im guessing its weak mycelium.


the base looks blueish, is this contam?


this looks like a bunch of pins stuck together, is it contam? cause i didnt see it in my guide.


heres the fuzz (possible weak mycelium) after picking out the shroom next to it.


the blue base again showing 3 other small pins which are all blue just like the base of the big one.

im posting this cause i couldnt identify using my guide, so human help is what im lookin for now, so please dont just tell me to go look at another guide.
thanx!


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Re: please help identify [Re: eligal]
    #4602146 - 08/31/05 03:24 AM (11 years, 3 months ago)

uhm.... bump


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Re: please help identify [Re: eligal]
    #4602318 - 08/31/05 04:35 AM (11 years, 3 months ago)

ps, that bottom pic with the blueish base, its still growing pretty fast, but the rest of the stem is also turning blueish...


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