@Tump sorry bud but I think your wrong..... I'm not trying to be a dickhead man but it's a running theme with you. Those blobs are knots man they are forming caps inside. I wanted to wait to say this till I did some reading and rechecked the tub. Here is a pic I hope you can see the difference from yesterday.I think you need to read more and maybe grow more before giving advice to new people man. Some of us have been talking and agree you give really bad advice to new members and new growers when it is able to be comprehended. I know @tomentose was reprimanded for pointing this out on someone's thread, but I'm gonna have to agree with him. It's awesome your so into the hobby and into helping others but I think you should really let ppl who know how to grow and teach take care of new growers. Man I got no hate for you at all, your very entertaining in fact. I hope you take this with a grain of salt please. If I was the same fungi that started here I would have dumped that tub prob for fear of tamming my other grows. In the beginning man I made so many choices based on things you told me and I wish I didn't man.
@GRayt_ray Well the print I chose and the section I took noced up a few half pints I didn't let them grow out tho I just wanted the myc. It was mainly tomentose growth so that's what I isolated, it looks real good for only one round of isolation to me. So far none of it has Tammed but I pitched the other jars b-4 they finished. Let me know if you want a print back after I fruit a full canopy of these weirdos, and show you what's up.
Well that's one angle I didn't look at @Tump. Guess we will wait and see. Do you think I got a case of bubble guys? And cubes do overlay all the time if r.h is too high. Eating casing is the same as overlay right? And how many ppl per month ask how to stop cubes from doing it?