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InvisibleXochipili
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Treatment of Cobweb
    #524787 - 01/18/02 06:43 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I tried not stterilizing the casing for the first time. Instead I added some h202 water to it and let it seep in. Well I seem to have got cobweb on top of the casings. So I followed the advice of some of you, and I sprayed them pretty heavily with h2o2 water and then i made some water with baking soda and sprayed this on. Now they are pretty wet on the top. I left them exposed on a table with some sunlight on them as this is recommended too.
Question: would you leave them out and allow some water to evaporate? And allow the mycelium to get fluffy again. Their isnt any humidity except nmy heavy spraying. I figure they dont need humidity at this point, but rather to lose some water off the top.


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Re: Treatment of Cobweb [Re: Xochipili]
    #524930 - 01/18/02 09:20 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

treat it with the h202 for a few days but dont soak them, just spray lightly a few times a day


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Re: Treatment of Cobweb [Re: Xochipili]
    #524932 - 01/18/02 09:21 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

I always sterlize my casing material in the microwave for 15 minutes with saran wrap over it.
This is really a post for the contamination section but good luck getting a reply there. It is like the Hinterland of this site...


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