Sterile Magic Mushroom substrate
The substrate sterilized with fungi can be considered soil for a plant. This fixed substrate must inoculate with our liquid cultures obtained from spores.
Mushrooms are fungi that grow in the wild Mushroom Substrate Kit Medium or can be cultivated. There are many different species of mushrooms, but the most common type used for magic mushroom substrate is the white button mushroom.
Mushrooms need a substrate to grow on, and the most common substrate used for magic mushrooms is sterile rye grain. Rye grain is a type of grass commonly used in animal feed.
Is Mushroom Mycelium Sterile?
Once the fungal mycelium has thoroughly colonized the substrate, you no longer have to worry about sterility or contamination because the Mushroom Substrate Kit Medium mycelium will be able to fight off any Mushroom Substrate Medium kit competition at that point.
How to Sterilize Magic Mushrooms For Cultivation?
Most substrate materials and ingredients you will use to grow magic mushrooms need sterilization. Materials can divide into three groups according to the sterilization and disinfection methods. Sterilization by flame, pressure cooker or alcohol disinfection.
What Is The Best Substrate For Magic Mushrooms?
Sterile Magic Mushroom Substrate: Most Commonly Used Mushroom Substrates a bare magic mushroom substrate is rye grain, used as a “starter or seed.” Other substrates for mushrooms include coffee, brown rice flour, straw, sand dust, manure, and coconut fiber. Each species of fungus will need its specialized substrate to grow.
The mushroom substrate kit contains
- 750 cc/ml sterile substrate mix container
- 10 ML liquid culture
- Injection port
- Fruiting bag with filter
- Alcohol exchange