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Okay so my uncle's cat has had his cakes on the fruiting chamber for a while now. On some of them there is like a green tint color that has developed. Is this a contamination? I wish I had pics to show but I don't. It wasn't there before. It developed after they were placed in the fruiting chamber, they were all healthy cakes. So what do you guys think?
____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Everything above is a lie. Why do I lie? I don't know why.
If its green, most likely its mean. Take all of the greenies out of that fruiting chamber, though it may be already too late, NOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!, not the green monster. If it is, clean your grow area, re-think your sterilization process, and start over. Good luck
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