Fungi, like mold, have the capability of growing in caves.
it does not grow mold all
Mold can grow on anything and Yes.
No mold does not grow on lights places
Yes, any food can have mold grow on it.
There are many different kinds of ingredients that grow mold. Fruits and breads can grow many different kinds of mold.
Yes, mold does grow on organic matter. For example, mold will grow on feces, and feces is organic matter.
You'll find that almost everything has the potential to grow mold. That includes foods which, when they rot, often grow mold. So yes, a pear can grow mold. I suggest you eat it before it does.
Mold grows on cheddar cheese because mold needs moisture to grow.
things grow mold because they are moist or damp or if they are foods they mold because they are not in the fridge.
The air contains mold spores which will grow into mold if they land on something they can eat, such as food.
When mold is in the outdoor, when they grow in the outdoor, it is called outdoor mold. Actually where there is food molds grow there.
Mold can also grow on cheese.
mold does basically grow on all foods
No, crumbs cannot grow mold It is to small to grow mold
Yes, for mold to grow, it need moisture.
Mold will grow onto a banana after a couple days...
yes. virtually, mold can grow on anything
Yes, mold can grow on any biological material.
Yes, temperature affects mold growth. The warmer the temperatures are, the faster the mold can grow. Mold can grow on anything.
In simple terms, yes. It sometimes takes longer for different types of cookies to grow mold, but they'll probably go stale first. Pretty much anything can grow mold. If McDonald's over processed food can grow mold, cookies can definitely grow mold too.
Mold will grow on any type of bread as long as the conditions are right. Mold likes to grow when it is warm, moist and dark.
Tomato's will start to grow mold after 3 days. Cheese will start to grow mold after 4 days.
Answer: Warmth and moisture encourages bread to grow mold.
yes obviously all fruits and vegetbles grow mold
Why Does mold grow faster on moist bread \
what causes mold to grow. moist air, dust, and food
Yes, mold will definetly grow on toasted bread.
Yes, because a pumpkin is a vegetable and vegetables grow mold.
Moisture causes mold to grow. Also if something is unprotected from germs and other bacteria it is a mold magnet.
If it is properly stored and never exposed to enough moisture for mold to grow, it will never mold.
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Why do tomatoes deserve to be the only vegetable/fruit/WHATEVER IT IS not to grow mold? Everything grows mold, eventually.
Well, hyphae (AKA the roots to mold) grow on food or other areas because of mainly where it is. The colder the climate the most likely that mold WON'T grow
No, mold has to grow in warm, dark and moist places because mold multiplies itself with the use of water which gives it the ability to expand and grow.
If the mold gets wet, the time period for white bread to grow mold will be quicker. For mold growth, a warm and moist environment is needed. On average, it can take between 2 to 7 days for mold to grow.
No, it is not humid enough for mold to grow.
No mold can grow on soaps.
no it is almost impossible for mold to grow at room temperature
This depends on the mold. eg: Bread molds grow on bread.
No type of mold will grow without water or moisture.
Mold should not grow in your alcohol. That is why it is such a staple in the medicine cabinet.
Mold requires moisture and warmth to grow. Any food that containes moisture can grow mold. Soups, gravies, and mushrooms are a few more foods that can support the growth of mold.
Mold usually grows on things in the dark because the light prevents the mold from growing. Mold will grow very slow when put in the sun but in the dark, it will grow faster! :)
Mold cannot grow in sunny places because the sunlight will stunt the growth. Dark, damp and warm places are the best places for mold to grow.
Mold doesn't grow on dry bread because it needs moisture to survive. Mold also requires warmth and food to be able to grow.
It affect cheese by contaminating it. then tge mold starts to grow from mold spores.more and more spores grow. It is acually VERY HEALTHY to eat cheeses mold
Mold usually grow on the carbon products. When it has rotten, mold grows on that.
No, mold doesnt need light to grow. mold is a fungus therefore does not make its own food using photosynthesis.
It does, it just takes time. I am doing a science project right now and it is about bread mold. Do you WANT to have mold grow or something?
Dry bread won't grow mold because mold only occurs in moist, damp places.