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Seeds in straw?
    #501082 - 12/25/01 09:52 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

It was weird. I was checking on my straw every once in a while, and it's pretty much fully colonized. Then today, I take a peek and I notice like 50 4-5 inch stalks of something or other growing out of the seeds that were in the straw. I guess it's straw.. but damn.. they grow straight up, very freaky looking.. scared me. Can someone tell if this plant will hurt the mushrooms? or will it actually help?(nutrients)
next time I guess I have to pick out the seeds..


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Re: Seeds in straw? [Re: Brugman]
    #501689 - 12/26/01 06:34 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

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Ok, I think it's some sort of grass. It's 6inches tall now and it's turned green. light green. Smells weird.. not like grass but like a plant. hahaha. SHould I pick it out? it's growing fast. HELP!


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Re: Seeds in straw? [Re: Brugman]
    #501698 - 12/26/01 06:50 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

You should be fine. Don't worry about it.


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Re: Seeds in straw? [Re: Brugman]
    #501702 - 12/26/01 06:59 PM (16 years, 5 months ago)

well the downside is its probably hoging at least some of your shrooms nutrients. the upside is that it is creating oxygen for them also. i would leave it in there; prolly not pulling out that much from your substrate and it probably will look cool when both grass and shrooms have matured :)


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