Out of the six compartments that I inoculated with Chlorociboria Aeruginosa in my petri dishes, one has absolutely settled and started growing and producing xylindein. Still I have to clean them every few days as the molds that invited themselves to the party are tough to fight, so I opted for the “gardening” method and just mow them out when they become too invasive. Using a lab culture medium would have prevented that from happening, but as I already stated in the previous post, the price is insane.
Say hello to my little friend!
I haven’t finished the culture box yet, lack some tools that are at the parents’.
-- Pondering the inclusion of woodworking into physics and chemistry classes...