Bottle contains 10 ml spore suspension. Sterile syringe, alcohol wipes and instructions are included.
PES Amazonian – This strain was discovered in the Amazon Basin. This is one of the fastest growing strains on the market that also produces a massive yield of mushrooms, often reaching 30cm in height. Excellent in vitro (in the bag) and fairly reliable on BRF (brown rice flour and vermiculite: PF TEK). Also fruits well on grain and pasteurized or sterilized substrates (like compost and straw). This is one of the strains recommended for beginners.
Nepal Chitwan – Found in the Chitwan National Park of Nepal in the foothills of the Himalayas, this variety can be used both as a substrate and as a wrapper and produces medium sized fruits.
Golden Teacher – One of the most popular strains in our range, Golden Teacher is truly a classic. Slightly slower to colonize and fruit than others, but erupts in massive spurts. Medium to large capped fruits that are a beautiful golden colour. Later flushes can also be quite common. Considered a potent strain and adaptable to a variety of substrates.
B+ – This strain grows aggressively on a variety of substrates and in a wide range of temperatures (even as low as 15 degrees Celsius). When grown on nutritious substrates like coated grain, compost, and straw, B+ has the potential to produce giant mushrooms that can easily reach a height of a foot (30cm) or more.
Thai – This strain from Thailand is very suitable for beginners. The colonization speed is average and it fruits very easily. The mushrooms come in large quantities at one time and during later flushes they can get quite large.
Treasure Coast – Treasure Coast is a term for a region (east coast) in the state of Florida (USA) where this fungus was discovered. Treasure Coast is a fast colonizer and fairly forgiving. She is often an extreme colonizer of hulls (peat and coco), encapsulating whatever is available with a dense mycelium before her first fruiting cycle. This strain typically produces a larger total yield as well as a larger amount of individual mushrooms (compared to the Amazonian), but spread over more flushes. In fact, this strain flushes and flushes and flushes, with little time between flushes. Also known for occasionally producing albinos. Above average in vitro (in the bag) fruiting. Fruits also good on BRF, on grain and on pasteurized or sterilized substrates (e.g. compost, straw, etc.). loves nature.
Tampanensis “Pollock” – This is “the” Tampanensis strain. It is possibly the rarest mushroom currently known to man, with all strains descending from a single specimen found by the late Dr. Steven Pollock in the Tampa, Florida area. A second sighting was reported backed up from Mississippi, but no cultivable material was obtained. Excellent sclerotia production on a variety of grains, particularly the traditional ryegrass seed and rice substrates. Capable of producing wall-to-wall flushes of fairly potent fungi on coated kernels and spawned substrates.
Fanaticus – This is the original Psilocybe Fanaticus strain, known for its fondness for BRF (brown rice flour and vermiculite: the famous PF TEK). It bears fruit very quickly. In fact, pinning begins immediately after colonization is complete. There is also very little time between each flush. It is recommended to incubate the brood or substrate of this strain in a dark place and/or use a high red spectrum bulb to prevent premature pinning before fruiting has started. This strain produces short but very thick mushrooms.
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