Project life are delighted to announce the winners of the 2012 Student Arts competition.
1st Prize - Sophie Wills, Millom School. 2nd prize - Erica Inglis, Stockport college. 3rd prize - Jason Rhodes, Stockport College
The judges were really impressed with the high standard of the work submitted by all.
Plant material such as marijuana is an excellent food source for fungi such as Aspergillus. Once cut the material must be dried rapidly and consistently to a very low moisture level to avoid it becoming mouldy. Once dried it must be stored in completely dry conditions to prevent it becoming damp and once again quickly becoming mouldy.
Storing marijuana or any other plant material in small sealed containers or wrapped in plastic will only help if the material is completely dry in the first place, otherwise you are effectively locking the mould in with its own supply of food and water whereupon it will flourish. Mould does not need light or much heat to grow.