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stringy shit on my cakes
    #477810 - 12/03/01 01:10 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

my cakes are 75% colonized and a couple of them have what looks to be mycelium but yet stringy growin on the colonized and uncolonized areas. is this cobweb and if so how do i kill it. i had 8 cakes in all and one had already started growing mushroooms directly in its jar although it was only 50-60% colonized and all were kept in same conditions so i put four of the most colonised including this cake in my terrarium and alls i got off of the other 3 is two abhorts on one and nothing on the other 2 so whats up with my babies should i cold shock em or what? thanks for all your help.


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Re: stringy shit on my cakes [Re: stoner]
    #477828 - 12/03/01 01:22 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

uhh, cut off the uncolonized part with a sterile knife or it can get infected, now i donno if it cow mold or not, does it look gray? most mycelium is snow white or blue when injured.


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Re: stringy shit on my cakes [Re: downforpot]
    #478320 - 12/03/01 03:00 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

If you have shrooms growing in the jar they are getting way to much light. Keep them somewhere dark.

If the string like stuff is the same shade of white as the rest of the cake it is just the mycilium spreading.


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