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Offlinegonnadoit
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.?ribozomic and fluffiness?.
    #735365 - 07/10/02 02:24 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

I don't really know how to spell it but RIBOZOMIC: threadlike mycelium growth.

I have noticed in some jars that the cakes are beautiful and fluffy almost pure white. Then I noticed that some cakes are really thready, and they have yellow spots all over them. They are really flat and lifeless also. Like the cake shown on the birth tech that cake looks like a friggin' marshmellow! I know the strain makes a lot of difference, but I don't know which ones. So why is this that one jar that you see is white solid and fluffy and the other yellowish holy and flat. Is it incubation periods maybe so look below to find out more info.


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Re: .?ribozomic and fluffiness?. [Re: gonnadoit]
    #735420 - 07/10/02 03:54 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

It's kinda like a box a chocolates...you never know what you are going get. Some jars get contams some don't. who knows. Be sterile.

There is nothing wrong with your jars..keep an eye on the one that has some yellowing. Make sure it doesn't turn green...If so you got a problem.

good luck.


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Re: .?ribozomic and fluffiness?. [Re: gonnadoit]
    #735479 - 07/10/02 04:45 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Rhizomorphic (Adj.) -or- Rhizomorph (N.) now that that is done....Rhizomorphic mycelium is preferred to the fluffy stuff....The fluffy does not tend to fuit near as well if at all. The holy parts should fill in. How long have your jars been growing?


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