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Mycellium in Vermiculite layer????
    #770455 - 07/23/02 11:31 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

I recently went to check some jars I innoculated with equador. they are pint wide mouth tapered jars, (if that makes a difference) I only innoculated 6 days ago and the jars are allready 80% covered. Don't go WooHoo yet. I opened The top of my fastest growing jar to get a wiff of that ever so pleasant mushi aroma, and to my dismay I noticed a small amount of white around the rim of my jar. on closer examination I could see mycellium had actually grown up into the 1/2 in layer of verm. I put on the very top. So do you think I should worry about this being cobbweb or is it possible that my mycellium is actually that aggressive.

P.S. The aroma was that of mushrooms and nothing else. THANKS
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Re: Mycellium in Vermiculite layer???? [Re: snowbunny]
    #772147 - 07/24/02 01:50 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

Yeah Moe is right. Hopefully you didnt introduce anything into your sterile enviorment.

To answer your question, just about every single jar that I open has Mycellium growing in the Vermiculite layer. If you let the jar colonize long enough it will have some MYCE in the vermiculite.

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