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No way it cant be normal...thsi isnt my first time growing,i closely inspected 1 of teh cakes and it had green mold underneath the mycelium,so i just threw it out...Any others ideas?Im worried thoughOn my last project i left the cake sin 2 long and they got green mold,and i didnt wash out the fish tank whne i was done.Then i put in new cakes.So did the mold from my old experiment infect my new cakes?
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Nip them off with scissors and bury them in small jars of more substrate. These are very, very active rhizomes which have burst through the surface - this stuff is the *best* there is for inoculating substrate. Don't even worry too much about sterilising the substrate - this form of the mycelium is so active, it'll outgrow anything else it finds itself in competition with.
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