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Well, I've been searching the boards for something that could discribe what one of my jars contained, however I couldn't find anything along the same description.
Im using BRF+Verm as a substrate, with a jug and aquairium heater in a plastic cooler to keep my temp @ a sustained 82 degrees.
I finally caught one of my jars with this very brownish (a little green tinge) sour-milk type smell. I could hardly see it because it blended in with the uncolonized portion of the cake so well.
I wish I had pictures, however it looked like crumbled "Grape Nuts" (cereal) in my jars. Anyways, I took it out and thew it in my garden. I dout it will grow, due to the cold temperatures, however if anything grew, could I use the spores from that fruit, or even eat it?
Also, anyone have info on what this contamination could be?
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