Orissa India psilocybe cubensis spore print
Another strain of P. cubensis discovered by John W. Allen is the Orissa India variety. On elephant dung, these Indian mushrooms were discovered to be growing. The Orissa India strain may produce enormous mushrooms that are taller than any other cube and have wide saucer-like crowns. The Orissa India strain is what we refer to as a forgiving strain because it is more resilient to contaminations than the typical P. cubensis. The India Orissa strain of psilocybe stuntzii spores is a fantastic cubensis strain for novice growers and researchers. Perfect for printing spores and simple to cultivate.
An EXTREMELY big developing cubensis that was born from elephant dung has surprised us all, all the way from India. This cubensis strain undoubtedly has the greatest growth rate that has ever been recorded. Once again, many thanks to John Allen, the entheomycologist who first brought this to our attention. This one definitely rocks the boat. Ever seen mushrooms the size of a dinner plate? This one in Amsterdam even grows some very enormous mushrooms on plain rice cakes.
The outcomes of this one have also been inconsistent, according to -Clyde- and his fellow Amsterdam growers. Even though anything so enormous has a low cost, it can occasionally be unsteady when transported from the dung fields to the Amsterdam grow shops. Although the early flushes occasionally can be unstable, the remainder is exceptional and yield these gigantic mushrooms as they have never seen, according to the Amsterdam gardeners.
According to the feedback we received from the natives in India and the coffee cafes in Amsterdam, colonization speed is normal and potency is extraordinary for a cube.
General Information about Orissa, India strain of Psilocybe cubensis:
- Origin: India
- Cap: 20–70+ mm, becoming brown to copper-colored as the mushroom ages.
- 40–150+ mm stems, ranging from medium to extra-large in size. bruising that becomes blue when pressed
- Dark purple brown spores.
- subellipsoid, basidia 4-spored, 1.5-17 x 8-11 m
- PF Tek and BRF, rye grain and other grains, straw, and pasteurized dung serve as the substrate.
Print of mushroom spores
The sterile foil used to create the psilocybe stuntzii spores prints is maintained in a sterile ziplock bag and refrigerated. It is possible to remove a very little amount of Burma psilocybe cubensis spore print from a spore print. This swab is used to assess the spores’ conditions on agar or in a liquid culture. Only spores that actually germinate produce a print. A mushroom spore print should be kept in the refrigerator at temperatures between 35°F and 46°F (2°C to 8°C). A Spore print may be kept for a long time.
Ensure that the area where you are working is clean, and either wear sterile gloves or hand sanitizer.
Remove the lid from the Orissa India Spore Injection and take a sip. The cap of the syringe should be held pointing up. Turning the cap counterclockwise will release it from the spore syringe. Attach the needle to the spore syringe after removing it from its sterile packaging but keeping the safety lid on. The spore syringe should be shaken briefly before use. The spore syringe is currently prepared for usage.
Use of Liquid Culture with the Orissa India Spore Syringe is not recommended. If you wish to create a liquid culture using psilocybe cubensis spores from Orissa, India, use the spore vial rather than the spore syringe.
- 10ml Orissa India cubensis spore solution in a single glass vial.
- 10ml sterile syringe, one
- Alco Preps twice