Using Psilocybin Mushroom Spores For Cultivation

Inoculation can be carried out on psilocybin fungal spores using a high-quality spore mold. Spore molds are powdery deposits that form when spores from a mushroom's fruiting body fall to the surface beneath. The best psilocybin mushrooms edibles is used for diagnostic purposes, to identify fungi, collect and/or research them for future germination, and to create beautiful works of art. 

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Scraping paper spores from psilocybin mushrooms:

Fold and rub the printed spore paper together so that the spores enter the fed agar medium. Germination of spores from your spore mold is best done on a nutrient agar plate on a frog, such as cloned tissue/agar.

Scalpel and pieces of psilocybin mushroom spores:

Sterilize the scalpel by passing it through a burning flame, then cooling it in the added agar. In this way, the scalpel is coated with a moist, sticky layer to better hold the psilocybin fungal spores.

Touch the spore mold with the tip of a scalpel to collect the abundant fungal spores.

Germinated spore colonies can then be subcultured into additional Petri dishes.

Producers can also use psilocybin mold spores stored in syringe solutions and spore vials for their cultivation preferences. Here the spores are rehydrated with sterile water and then used to inoculate the culture medium. The advantage of the spore syringe is that this spore water can be used to inoculate the substrate of your choice, which offers greater opportunities for spore germination.