Are these safe to eat?

Discussion in 'CONTAMINATION' started by DirtyDanMyco, Nov 20, 2020 at 4:56 PM.

  1. DirtyDanMyco

    DirtyDanMyco New Member

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    Noticed these on a few caps on my most recent grow. Does this appear to be bacterial blotch? Or are these safe to eat?

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  2. GreenGills

    GreenGills Well-Known Member

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    I'd eat 'em.
     
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    DirtyDanMyco New Member

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    I figured these were fine, but after months of contamination issues I figured I should double check to be on the safe side.
     
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    Looks like myc growing out the top. Should be fine.
     
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    Are you misting? Or it could just be waterdroplets falling from lid and changes color of caps... they are very sensitive and change color alot you good just keep watching your babies grow! Nice pinset!
    O and the white is from low fae if you look at base of stipes you have fuzzy feet but practically every indoor grow will have that until you can perfectly dial it in not a problem i think it looks cool lol