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i have the VERY first inklings of some yellow particles at a mycelium spawning spot on a BRF cake. If i cold shock the cake when it's only about 10% colonized by putting it in the fridge (STERILELY mind you) might that kill off 1 or 2 little yellow particles i see? I already lost about 3 jars to contam 'cause they were too wet... second time around i followed the pf tek to the letter but i tend to look at them too much... i'm impatient.. anyway, cold shock a barely colonized cake, yay or nay?
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I am also growing on BRF and verm and was told that the yellow spots are simply wet mycelium and cause no harm. however that is only what I was told and not what I know, i know very little at this point.
yes.. my cat has a cake he just dunked and after it put it in the fruiting chamber it had yellow marks on the upper rim of the cake... im pretty sure its water damnage (because i have been told from others it is).. and the cake quickly took over the yellow and it is not spreading.. hope this helps..
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