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#1 SoCalR1Rider

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 10:29 AM

So this is the 2nd flush of PR tub. (50/50 husk/verm, WGR spawn)

 

I only noticed it on the bottom, & creeping up the sides the sub, didn't appear to be on top.

Note: 1st flush PR: ~80gwet

2nd flush PR: 4 booms @ 2-4gwet each... :-/

Can someone help ID what this white growth is? 

 
2nd Question/Issue:
I have a B+ rez-effect tub in the same FC, finished up last night. All looked ok, 'cept for some dark "spotty" patches at the base of the stalks. This wasn't present on my previous tub of B+.  Could I have done something different? Maybe not enough FAE? 
 
B+ yield: 158gwet 
 
Also, notice the "splitting" or "streaking" that run nearly the length of the stem; some helpful member here mentioned it was lacking FAE....?
 
Thanks gentleppl (some single shots of a couple 'butes included)
 
 

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 04:42 PM

In the sixth pic top row last pic center left small fruit covered with what looks like it could be something nasty, I say this cause myc (IMO) usually looks like marshmellow or marshmellow fluff and is often just on the body of the sub or fruits. 

 

This might be some good myc "reaching out" to colinize outward from the sub but it seems a little stringy.

 

  Myc on the fruits or sub often feel like tacky foam, again I refer to marshmellow texturs and apperance.  IMO "cobweb mold" vs myc I'd lean towards contamination of some kind.

 

  As to resolving the issue I wouldn't know what to do but I usually toss subs when I find any contamination.  Follow your gut and every day it will tell you a little more by its apperance.

 

  Someone better then me may say different and I'll be waiting to see if I'm right or not.

 

Nice flush tho good pick so :thumbs_up:


Edited by BakedGoods, 09 May 2014 - 04:47 PM.

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Posted 09 May 2014 - 05:08 PM

it looks like myc to me.  a drop of H2O2 will let you know for sure.  Put a drop on a suspect spot and see if it dissolves.  I am viewing the pics on my phone so it is a little difficult to tell.


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Posted 10 May 2014 - 04:05 AM

The spots on the fruits are caused by water droplets most likely--harmless.  I don't see any cobweb--wispy grey and will spread like wildfire.  It can be eliminated by more fresh air exchanges and spraying hydrogen peroxide on the infected areas of the substrate,

 

Everything looks good.  You just have the noids, man.

 

Nice pics, once again.  Thanks for sharing.


Edited by MLBjammer, 10 May 2014 - 04:06 AM.

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 01:02 PM

Everything looks good. You just have the noids, man.

Nice pics, once again. Thanks for sharing.


Lolz, "noids". I Def have a case of the noids, good looks

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Posted 10 May 2014 - 06:18 PM

 

Also, notice the "splitting" or "streaking" that run nearly the length of the stem; some helpful member here mentioned it was lacking FAE....?

Verticillium

 

Why are my stems splitting?
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Posted 11 May 2014 - 04:36 AM

Yes, there is definitely a mild verticulium infection going there.  I would isolate that tray from other projects.  The fruits are safe to eat once dried.






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