Sterile Magic Mushroom substrate for p. Cubensis Extra Large
Mushroom Substrate XL kit contains 2100 ml of sterile substrate for mushroom cultivation. This substrate kit is tailored to the needs of the Cubensis mushroom. You add the spores and grow whatever you like.
We recommend to use Liquid Culture for a better development of the spores. Remove it if you only need the substrate
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Mushroom Substrate Kit XL | Sterile Substrate for mushroom cultivation
The mushroom sterilised substrate can be thought as soil for a plant. This sterilised substrate needs to be inoculated with our liquid cultures obtained from spores.
Mushroom Substrate Kit contains
- Container with 2100 cc / ml sterile substrate mix
- Liquid Culture 1 x 25 ml
- Injection port
- Fruiting Bag with Filter
- Alcohol swap
Sterilised substrate with a moisture content: 60-65%. A mixture of whole oat, vermiculite, perlite and Gypsum.
Recommeded products to use
- Liquid Culture
- Spore syringe
- Spore Vial
- Face mask
- Desinfectant handgel
Always store your substrate kit in a clean refrigerator ! We recommend to use the substrate kit as soon as possible. The kit can be kept under refrigerated conditions for up to 6 weeks.
How to use a Mushroom Substrate Kit : Instructions
Phase 1 - Prepare the Liquid Culture
Wash your hands and clean the working area! .
- Shake the spore vial or syringe very good to make sure all spores are floating.
- Disinfect the injection site of the liquid culture and the spore vial or syringe with the alcohol swap.
- Inject 2 ml of spore solution in the Liquid culture
Shake the inoculated liquid culture vigorously once a day every day for 10 days Store the inoculated liquid culture in a place between 23-27 degrees Celsius. The liquid culture is ready when you see a cloud floating in the suspension. This is mycelium..
Your Liquid culture is ready, It is called the Master Culture, if used and stored properly you can have lots of mycelium from only a bit of spores..
- If the liquid is murky, it means there is a contamination and the culture is unusable.
- If you don’t use the liquid culture for 10 days, store it in the refrigerator
Phase 2 - Inoculation
- Wash your hands and clean your working area
- Clean injection site of the sterilized substrate and liquid culture
- Retract 10ml (1200 CC kit) or 25 ml (2100 CC) from the liquid culture
- Inject spore suspension, through the injection site of the kit
- After inoculation turn and shake the box 360 degrees in all directions
- store the kit in a dark place with temperature between 23 °-27°C
After inoculation, you'll see mycelium form. A white fungus will gradually fill the sterilized substrate. This can take up to 2-3 weeks depending on the temperature.
Phase 3 - Fruiting and Spore collection
~ Please keep in mind that fruiting mushrooms can be illegal in you country. Always check you local laws before entering this stage. ~
When the substrate is fully colonized it's time to get the fruits growing to collect mushroom spores or mushroom tissue to continue your research or cultivation.
|Grow Kit type||Without mycelium|
|Potency||n / a|
|Optimum cultivation temperature||25ºC|
|Yield (from)||50 grams|
|Yield (to)||1000 gram|
|Water Spray Needed||Yes|
|Not shipped to:||Non EU countries|
- Contaminated Review by Bogdan
- Mushroom Substrate Kit XL 2100 ml Review by Chris
- Very good substrate Review by Oli
Super easy to work with, to add spores. You don't need any additional steps and preparing. It was colonised evenly, the mushrooms grow very well. (Posted on 11/3/2022)
- Goede kwaliteit Review by Chris
- worth the money Review by jack
- Great product, great customer service Review by Tamas
- Contaminated with mold Review by RG
I informed the seller and I got a dry reply: "Thank you for your message and informing us", which was definitely a surprise after such a serious quality control failure.
(Posted on 2/22/2022)
- great product Review by Bob