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I have been watching my friend spray his casings with a mixture of H2O2 and water and noticed that in spots where it was contaminated (cobweb mold) that the solution started bubbling and looked kind of greyish.
It only seems to happen where ther is contamination.
Has anybody else noticed this?
Secondly does this mean that the h2O2 is killing the mold and that everything will not be lost?
I think that this could be useful for people who are not that good at spotting contamination to find it on their casings.
H202 is a godsend, I use it mixed with water as well, and I have occasionally had a little contamination...that has quickly disappeared after a quick squirt. It does seem to also cause the mycelium growth to slow down for a few days as well, but it does come back with a vengance after that.
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