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white growth outwards in terrerium *DELETED*
    #475204 - 11/30/01 06:59 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

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Re: white growth outwards in terrerium [Re: mushmushmush]
    #475217 - 11/30/01 07:14 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Starting of fruiting... what strang?....

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Re: white growth outwards in terrerium [Re: Anonymous]
    #476053 - 12/01/01 12:27 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

B+ possibly too much moisture - i've cut back spraying; however, the band on the bottom is white and the rest seems to be a slight off-white....not sure if contaminated or start of fruiting

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Re: white growth outwards in terrerium [Re: mushmushmush]
    #476061 - 12/01/01 12:38 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Let it go and see what happens. Sometimes the myc gets really fluffy when it grows fast. This normally happens soon after you birth the jars, and when there's a lot of water around. I'm not sure if I'd say it looks a different color (I'd have to check)... but it definitly looks different.

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Re: white growth outwards in terrerium [Re: fireduck]
    #476199 - 12/01/01 03:45 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

yes...above the brilliant white bands the color is a slighter tanish yellowish tint....also below the bands there is no growth(the bottom 1/3rd of the cake)...should i cut the cakes at the band? Also when fruiting begins is it sometimes tough to differentiate between vermaculate pieces and fruiting heads?

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