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Bacterias/Molds grow faster than mycelium
    #621287 - 04/28/02 01:57 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

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Re: Bacterias/Molds grow faster than mycelium [Re: World Spirit]
    #621305 - 04/28/02 02:16 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I wouldn't recommend using a contaminated jar to fruit. The fruits get nurtients from the cake, and if there is a contaminated part, it will get stuff from it since it is in the cake. This might make the shroomies not so healthy


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Re: Bacterias/Molds grow faster than mycelium [Re: SherlockDrubu]
    #621319 - 04/28/02 02:31 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

You'll have to buy TMC to get those...unless somebody wants to post them...I wouldn't feel right breaking the copywrite of such a great book. Furthermore, i've always gone by the philosophy "if in doubt chuck it out". I'de rather live/not have a bad trip than have a few grams of psilocybe mushrooms. I know lots of people fight off contamination, mainly trich, and espically in casings. I can tell you this: cobweb mold is very fast. I once thought my jars were 85% colonized in four days only to find out it was cobweb :frown:

I should have know because the mycellium looked so whispy. 


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Re: Bacterias/Molds grow faster than mycelium [Re: World Spirit]
    #621354 - 04/28/02 02:57 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

there was a post that discussed things that damage mycelia recently at The Forest Floor

http://www.theforestfloor.org/forum/ikonboard.cgi?s=3ccc3f2312a6ffff;act=ST;f=11;t=263


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