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OfflineMax_Cabby
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    #623947 - 05/01/02 12:16 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

my cakes were colonised 100% with no discoloration or any sign of infection, the fist generation of mushrooms grew with no problem, but now there is a white fuzz that just looks like mycelium growing on the stems, as well the cakes have turned a little grey. what's going on?


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Re: ??? [Re: Max_Cabby]
    #623981 - 05/01/02 01:06 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

the white fuzz is normal. explain the grey more and long it has been since you harvested your first flush.


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Edited by XAZIA (05/01/02 01:08 PM)


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Re: ??? [Re: XAZIA]
    #624075 - 05/01/02 03:23 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

the grey looks like it may be coming from the top of the pin heads in which case it's likely It's just new caps starting. but there seems to be a pigment that is coming from them if that is the case? I think I'll just feed some to a rat or some shit to see if they're good to eat (-:

The stems of the ones already harvested have a slight blue ting to them on a few areas, but I've eaten lots of shrooms like that, and I've always been fine


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Re: ??? [Re: Max_Cabby]
    #624753 - 05/02/02 11:03 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

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blue is your freind.


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