Ahaha hopefully your caught up now I'm sorry
Happy to provide any information you would like.
My none sterile culture which is about a year old is mold resistant and grows in with my carnivorous plants.
Those are the type different ones I have growing. Ones that are on a log and ones that are on sawdust. After awhile certain strains can be triggered to develop a tolerance or even build an immunity to green mold! ( The most aggressive contamination of fungi growers ) . I did and documented a study on p. Stipticus fighting Off a trich ( green mold ) infection, then it proceeded to not only kill, but eat and use the other fungi as a source of nutrients and the spots of contamination ended up fruiting the heaviest with Stipticus. Absolutely amazing experience. This is the very same DNA chain , Maybe slight variation due to spores germinating and them adding to the colony.
Maintaining them includes keeping 1 yellow sticky stick ( fungus gnat trap ) some carnivorous plants, and misting. High humidity at all times and keeping the spring tails and fungus gnats down are your goals. I've been doing it for 2 years now, rheh survive in nature where its not sterile and they have alot more obstacles to over come. On the other hand I made sure to habe sterile back up cultures.
In case anything did go wrong. They are just simple culture slants