- 1 How much of my spore syringe do I use?
- 2 What syringes to use for spores?
- 3 How many ml spore syringe per jar?
- 4 Where did Psilocybe mexicana galindoi get its spores?
How much of my spore syringe do I use?
You will only require drops of 3 milliliters of the spore solution to colonize 1.05 quart or 1 liter of the substrate. One syringe has 20 ml of the mushroom spore solution which is enough to inoculate between 6 and 7 liters of substrate.
What syringes to use for spores?
The 16 gauge needles are the most popular and are recommended if you are making mycelium culture syringes, while the smaller 18 gauge needles are recommended if you are making mushroom spore syringes. We also offer super wide-bore 14 gauge needles used to draw up extra-thick mycelial liquid culture.
How many mushroom spores are in a syringe?
With the mushroom spores syringe you will only need to drop 3 milliliter of spore solution to colonize 1 liter or 1.05 quart of substrate. A syringe contains 20 ml of spore solution, enough to inoculate 6-7 liters of substrate.
How many spore prints make a syringe?
As a general guide we would advise that one small (approximately 1cm diameter) and fairly faint print will only be good for one 10ml syringe while a larger dense print could create 30 x 10ml spore syringes.
Can you make liquid culture from spore syringe?
Turn one spore syringe into 10 or more! Simply inject 3-5 cc’s of your favorite spores in the culture jar and watch it transform into liquid mycelium. In a few days it will be ready to inject into any substrate jar or spawn bag. 10 ounce Jar of liquid culture solution, pressure sterilized and ready to use.
How many spores are in a jar?
We recommend using about 100 ml water and one spore print per jar. The lid of the jars needs a hole of about 1 cm in diameter; via this hole you will later fill the syringes. Fill the jars with water (2/3 of the jar) and put on the lid with the hole during sterilisation.
How long do spore syringes last?
The best place to store a spore syringe is in your refrigerator. We recommend studying our spores as soon as possible after you receive them, but as we discussed above, you can expect refrigerated syringes to last for up to 30 days and often longer.
How do you make a multi spore syringe?
A quick summary of the process:
- Clean down all the surfaces or Still Air Box.
- Sterilize the water.
- Start with a clean (ideally) sterile print.
- Remove the spore print from the foil envelope.
- Place the print careful in a self-seal bag and seal.
- Inject sterile water.
- Using thumb and forefinger wash spores in water.
How do you make a liquid culture into a syringe?
How to use Liquid Culture?
- Sterilize a syringe by filling it, then emptying it with boiling water 3-4 times.
- Wipe the liquid culture jar lid with Alcohol Wipes.
- Flame sterilize the needle until glowing red then insert into hole in the lid of the jar.
- Pull back on the syringe until you have collected some mycelium.
How many ml spore syringe per jar?
We recommend using about 100 ml water and one spore print per jar.
Where did Psilocybe mexicana galindoi get its spores?
Originally the galindoi was thought to be ps. atlantis so you might see this strain called ATL #7 or atlantis in certain references online. Original spores for this species was sent to us from Mexico by Rainer. He picked the mushrooms near Huatla de Jimenez Mexico (think history Maria Sabina) along with some ps. zapotecorum spores he sent us.
What was the original strain of Psilocybe known as?
A paper will be published soon which will be reclassifying about 180 psilocybe mushrooms to about 85. Originally the galindoi was thought to be ps. atlantis so you might see this strain called ATL #7 or atlantis in certain references online.
Which is the best producer of psilocybin mushrooms?
At the time, the galindoi was the best sclerotia producer of all the available psilocybin mushroom sclerotia producers. You can paritially thank us that magic truffles are so popular in Amsterdam to this day, but we are merely the messengers sending God’s legal spores to the far reaches of the world.