Looking to add some excitement to your microscopy research? Look no further than our South East Asian mushroom spores! Discovered by the legendary John Allen at the world-famous Angkor Wat temple, these spores have been passed down through generations of expert cultivators who have worked tirelessly to enhance their beauty and increase spore production.
This strain boasts super fat stems and caps, but with a silkier and smoother look to the bell-shaped caps that will make your microscope swoon. And if you’re just starting out in the world of mushroom cultivation, this is the strain for you! With lightning-fast mycelium growth and massive flushes, you’ll be the envy of all your microscopy colleagues.
Our spores grow well on a variety of substrates, including compost, grain, pasteurized dung, and straw. And with optimal temperatures for colonization being 26-27 and cropping ranging from 22-27 degrees, it’s easy to get the perfect conditions for a successful study.
But before you get too carried away, remember that these spores are intended for microscopy and taxonomy purposes only. Cultivation of this species is illegal in many countries, including the UK. So don’t go planting these babies in your backyard! Check your local regulations and stick to admiring them through your microscope.