Burma psilocybe cubensis spore vial
Burma cubensis spore vial: According to the myth, a Thai student who obtained a sample from buffalo dung close to Rangoon gave John Allen the Burma strain. Burma cubensis grows in a range of sizes, from very small to pretty large, and is extremely potent. The caps have varying tones of brown; they are lighter near the rim and darker at the top. It happens quickly because the mycelium grows so swiftly! Burma will be particularly rewarding if you’re looking to create spore prints.
Syringes versus Vials
In most fields, spore vials are preferable to spore syringes. Utilize this premium spore vial to grow Burma magic mushrooms and achieve the greatest results. The colonization and fruiting processes will be more successful when spore vials are used.
Causes to travel longer shelf life than the majority of spore syringes (2 years vs 6 months)
It is simpler to remove ALL of the spores from the container. The spores adhere to plastic syringes because they are frequently charged with static electricity. Since glass vials are never charged, all of the spores will release.
Compared to 500 g.p.p. ml or even less in most syringes, spore vial solution has over 1000 grow parts per milliliter.
a polished appearance and feel
Less crowded and simpler to carry
- 10ml Burma cubensis spore solution in a single glass vial.
- 10ml sterile syringe, one
- Alco Preps twice
Guidelines for using a Burma spore vial
- A round rubber membrane covers the vials’ cap. The syringe needle can pierce the rubber membrane or septa, but it will not allow air, microorganisms, or anything else to pass through on its own.
- To distribute the spores uniformly throughout the vial, give the Burma spore vial a thorough shake. Sterilize the septa with an alco prep after removing the protective stopper cap from the vial’s top. The sterile syringe should be opened, and the needle’s protective cap should be taken off. Through the septa, insert the syringe’s needle. The needle’s point needs to be immersed in the spore solution. Slowly retract the syringe’s plunger to allow the spore solution to fill the syringe. One liter (1.05 quarts) of the substrate cancolonizedised with jusmilliliterstres of spore solution. Take the needle slowly out of the vial after adding the necessary amount of spore solution to the syringe.
Spore solution being poured onto the substrate
You can dispense the Burma spore solution directly from the syringe onto your substrate or cakes after they have been prepared. To get spore solution droplets to come out of the needle, slowly press the plunger. A possible mycelium growth point is every droplet that will come into touch with the substrate. These droplets should be equally dispersed throughout the substrate to allow the mycelium to colonize it.
using injection ports for injection
Nearly the same thing happens when the spore solution is dropped onto the substrate. Pull aside the port protective cap to reveal the injection port. Sterilize the injection port entry with an alco prep. Use the needle to pierce the hole. After that, uniformly distribute the spore solution over the substrate in the spawn bag or grow box. Remove the syringe after injecting the Burma spore solution, then cover the injection port with the port protective cap.
Faster colonization and stronger mycelium with liquid culture
The Burma spore suspension will transform into mycelium when injected into a “bath of nutrition,” such as the Liquid Culture Growth Medium. Liquid culture, or LC for short, is what this is. Substratum and cakes can be inoculated with Liquid Culture Growth Medium by themselves.