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Excellent idea papa! I don't know why I never tried to pin down the favored conditions for this calamity. I for one will try different ph casings. The SOS tek comes to mind as an excellent way to test several at once as well as a good number of controls. Damn your smart. The lime water mist sounds like it might work too, just exactly what ph do you think the water should be adjusted to?
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Re: Proper ph adjusted Casings #90877 - 12/11/99 01:20 AM (18 years, 11 months ago)
Okay, hey thanks mycofile. Now, as we all know casing should initially be balanced to a ph of 7. However, as the mycelium grows through it, and after successive flushings the ph of the casing gradually gets lowered to the point where conditions become favorable to the growth of green mold. According to Stamets, green mold prefers a ph of 5.5 to 6.5. The goal theoretically would be to maintain a ph of 7.
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