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Would the techniques we are using here for pesticide remidation work for removing mold? Bleaching Clay’s, column chromotography, saline brine washes and distillation?

you can remove the spores with filtration, however; the myclotoxins will remain.

Yup, depends on the mold, bud rot is fine, aspergillus not so much

These guys know what’s up. Molds like powdery mildew and botrytis only produce hazardous spores, and are generally safe to extract as long as you have adequate filtration.

Other molds like aspergillus produce myclotoxins and are not safe to extract.

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Looking to do a BHO extraction on material that tested positive for aspergillus flavus. I currently run our solvent at -60f and run that through a 1 micron filter. Ive read in previous comments that the filter should remove the spores, but is there anything i can do to remove the myclotoxins that remain? Ive read on other forums that heating our oil above 200f might be able to kill off remaining myclotoxins but i have no confirmation on this. Currently i don’t have any chromatography equipment. Any ideas or thoughts are welcome.

You cannot simply “kill” a toxin with heat, it isn’t alive.

Thank you for the quick response! Any ideas for removing these remaining toxins? I don’t have the entire lab set up so i may be lacking a lot of equipment that might be able to help the situation. Unfortunately we have already paid taxes on this material so i’m trying to find a way to make a safe consumable product with it.

sorry, I have never remediated myclotoxins.

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edit: I have to state this is the first hit for “re-mediation of aflotoxins” before y’all’s click on it? ok. that’s what it is…I admit to not having read it on my phone when I posted the link.

I imagine distillation followed by chromatography would be your best bet. But I’ve not seen any data from anyone who’s tried.

Maybe @Pure5 can provide some?

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ive read of guys using inspection NDT blacklights to look for mycotoxins as they fluoresce on the buds.

is there an easy way to spot a toxin producing mold/mildew versus botrytis and PM?

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The blacklight is a good way to look for molds/ hydrocarbon oils.

The only way you will know for sure is to make some petri dishes and do a swab, you can identify the mold and get a count on the colonies while your at it.Interpreting Plates