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It can go either way really. If mycelium overgrows the green and you don't see any signs of it, chances are that you're fine. If green is visibly winning the fight, then it's a lost cause. And every once in awhile when you think mycelium is winning, the green is lurking beneath the surface, eating your substrate from the inside out, and appears much later on.
Time always tells, but visual indications will usually tell you a lot.
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Quote: whosayswhat said: Hey guys, I started a Few 9er tek rice pint jars. One of them developed a very small spec of the mean green *the size of the point of your pinky*. (growing right next to the myc) So obviously, like any good shroomerite I removed the jar from the incubation area. I was planning on just cleaning out the jar but I never really got around to it.
Are you 100% sure it was meanie greenie and not bruising?
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