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GrapeAccomplished601

probably should remove all the pins and rehydrate the cake


LuckyPQ

What is the best way to rehydrate the kit?


OdinAlfadir1978

Heavily mist it, dunking can sometimes cause issues


LuckyPQ

My moisture sensor says the air humidity is already 99 procent in that bag, should i spray in there anyway? And if so, should i spray directly on the kit or the sides of the bag


Content-Fan3984

The humidity level may be okay but the amount of water in your sub would be a bit low


OdinAlfadir1978

Spray the substrate but avoid any pins unless they're aborted and leave the pins on if they aren't aborted but remove any aborts, those will have dark or green caps


Embarrassed_Donut_78

Looks like you got some green in there. Better toss, trichoderma is not worth it.


LuckyPQ

Just toss out the green bits?


Infinitumshr88ms

I wish it were that easy to recover


LuckyPQ

Guys I'll just this kit out, do some research for a while, and try again, :) heard that alot beginners deal with this, not going to let it stop my mycology journey


LuckyPQ

Throw this kit out*


luigihg123

Philly golden teacher is pretty thurough


Embarrassed_Donut_78

https://www.shroomery.org/forums/showflat.php?Cat=0&Number=24297804&page=0&vc=1#24297804 Look no further than this thread. But don't go overboard like I did lol.


LuckyPQ

Thanks! :)


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It’s not just beginners. Everybody, no matter how good gets contamination. Over time, you hopefully get it less.


Spiritual-Road1281

Sprinkle a very thin layer of substance 1/16 to 1/8 " on top and mist lightly over the next few days til it's hydrated it works quite well second flushes most times just need that extrema boost and not a full soak IME home this helps ya out


Spiritual-Road1281

Check out r/bagfifemycology