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Found this in regard to black (spores? or Bacteria) on the top of mature mushrooms. The question is is a black layer on top of mature mushrooms spores growing through or on the surface or is it assumed to be Bacteria.
If the walls of the aquarium are totally covered in condensation, the humidity is too high for cased cakes (it's great for uncased cakes) and you may see bacterial blotch on the fruit. This causes slimy black lesions and pits on the fruit. If the humidity is not corrected, the fruit will be wiped out. Some of these bacteria are harmful to humans, so be careful to wash well after removing contaminated fruit. Lowering the humidity will almost always clear up the problem and allow proper growth to resume.
Well, my strain is originally PF, but it sure doesn?t look that way (it?s a good bit stronger too) but i?ve had it for about ten years now. Anyways, my girlfriend has the same problems as you describe. I think the only way is to start growing another strain. But what do i know? Any ideas about what strain may be worth growing? I would like to buy some of Ryches as i kind of trust him. Workman is nice too, but i don?t know if he?s still around.
Re: Methanol Extraction #84395 - 04/07/00 01:46 AM (19 years, 1 month ago)
I wondered if different strains would digest easier etc. It would make some sense cause food mushies don't give you stomach problems. So different strains might have different physiologial effects (non-psychoactive effects I mean).
Anyone got more info on any of the issues in my post. Especially on trying extraction or black bacteria/spores?
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