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Never seen anything like this- TRICHODERMA or MYCELIUM?

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Have never seen this before.. Probably as I am new to using BRF/VERM substrates and used to rye etc.. Is this a heavy case of TRICHODERMA?

I have some dodgy pics but it is about as up-close as I could get without resulting in a blur...

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I have shit eyes and not the best photo, isolate it out of your house / shed wherever you have the other jars and give it a few days and you should get a better idea.

You should go to pint jars and then do outdoor or bulk monos, heaps easier.

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I don't normally do brf/ verm I normally use agar and LC on grains... This was just an experiment shall we say :)

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Does not have that flow of the particular mycelium i am used to...

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I think i will just stick to rye grain, some folk talk of BRF being easier to grasp as opposed to rye grain and monotub teks.. I think it is the total opposite in my experience :P

I found the source of all my horrible tricho too!
Some old hessian basket has been deteriorating over time at the bottom.. Underneath it was a shocker colony of various moulds/bacteria!
I discovered this as i thought i would do another clean out with bleach solution, then salt and vinegar solution... followed by sodium bi-carb solution... Haha just to cover all areas!

Big love

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