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 Suspect mould but plant has purple leaves Help.

Discussion in 'Harvest and Curing' started by d.t, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. d.t

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    Not sure what to do here, new grower only done couple outdoors last year half of which lost due to mould. Couple of successful indoor grows but this time around I had no where to hang and the top was looking over done. I chopped the top of this autonight queen yesterday but stupidly didn’t hang to dry, but put straight into paper bag. Very silly I know!
    I have found one bit of mould for sure, now I’m worried it’s all going to turn mouldy but it’s so hard to tell with purple leaves.
    going to dry on a clean grill tray as don’t have space to hang. Should I break it all up to get a closer look by the stalk as that’s where mould was that I found already?
     
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    Also is it dangerous to cook a tiny bit mould in butter? Really not keen on chucking it, it was only a tiny tiny bit and will decarb it at 100c for half hour first?
     

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    I dry in boxes and don't hang, without any issue. If you suspect mould then I would investigate it. It tastes like shit and can be dangerous
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