Origin: Florida, Treasure Coast region, United States
Caps: Size 15-30+ mm, Brown to yellow / golden brown.
Stem: 40-125 + mm, White yellow color. Turns blue when touched.
Spores: Dark purple brown
Substrate: Brown Rice Flour, PF Tek, Rye.
Fact: Can produce Albino mushrooms, but not very common
The Treasure Coast spore are mixed with a special organic solution.This solution improves the shelf live of the spores and prevents them to stick on the sides of the syringe. It also contains extra nutrition to boost up germination of the spores and improves the growth of the mycelium.
The Treasure Coast spore syringe includes the following items:
Take the Treasure Coast Spore Syringe with the cap still on it. Hold the syringe with the cap pointing up. Unscrew the the cap from the spore syringe by turning it counter clockwise. Remove the needle from it's sterile package (leave the protection cap on the needle) and attach it to the spore syringe. Before use shake the spore syringe for a few seconds. The spore syringe is now ready for further use.
Do not use the Treasure Coast Spore Syringe in combination with Liquid Culture! If you want to make a Liquid Culture with the Treasure Coast spores choose the Treasure Coast spore vial instead of the spore syringe.
Read more about spore syringe instructions, microscopic use and inoculation in the blog post: How to use a mushroom spore syringe
Store the Treasure Coast Spore Syringe refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. Use within 12 months.
The Treasure Coast spore vial includes the following:
Take the Treasure Coast Spore Vial from the package and shake it to mix the spores with the solution. Remove the cap from the spore vial to expose the membrane. Open one alcohol swab and wipe the top of the vial. Fold the alcohol swab inside out and leave it on the top of the spore vial or use a new one. Take the syringe and remove it from it's package. When you are ready take of the protective cap from the syringe. Remove the alcohol swab from the vial and pierce the membrane of the spore vial with the syringe. Make sure the tip of the needle is submerged in the spore solution. Retract the plunger form the syringe to suck up the needed amount of spore solution and remove the syringe from the spore vial. Clean the membrane with an alcohol swap when ready. Your Treasure Coast Spore Syringe is now ready for further use.
Read more about spore vial instructions, microscopic use and inoculation in: How to use a mushroom spore vial
Store the Treasure Coast Spore vial refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. The Treasure Coast Spore Vial can be stored for two years when un-used, after use store not longer than 12 months.
Treasure coast spore prints will be made on request only. We keep a small stock, but expect a longer time before shipment.
The Treasure Coast spore prints are made on sterile foil which is stored in sterile ziplock bag and kept under refrigerated conditions. Each spore print has a tiny scratch of spores removed from the print. With this swab a test run on agar or liquid culture is made to check the conditions of the spores. Only spores that germinate are released as a print.
Store the Treasure Coast Spore print refrigerated between 2*C-8*C Celsius or 35*F-46*F Fahrenheit. A Treasure Coast Spore print can be stored for years.
|Not shipped to:||Non EU countries, New Zealand, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, United States|
This product is not shipped to the following regions and or countries:Non EU countries, New Zealand, Russia, Switzerland, Turkey, United States