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Lab Tour Part 2: Liquid Culture & Bag Tek

Hey there, everybody! Today, I’m taking you on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of our cutting-edge mushroom spore research lab. Buckle up as we dive headfirst into the fascinating world of mycology and explore the nitty-gritty details of our spore cultivation process & liquid culture mixing techniques. Transferring Spores and Liquid Culture: First things first –

Lab Tour: Storing Spores & Liquid Culture

Welcome to our spore lab, where the magic of mushroom research comes to life! Today, we’re taking you on an exciting tour behind the scenes to uncover the fascinating world of spore storage, liquid culture techniques, sterilization methods, and the art of scaling up production! As you step into our spore lab, you’ll be greeted

Hidden Creek Mushroom Company

Hidden Creek Mushroom Company

Steven Hayden Pollock MD and Michael Forbes were legends in the world of mushroom mycology. In 1979, this duo, in fact, founded a company called Hidden Creek in San Antonio, Texas. They promoted their popular global mushroom cultures in High Times Magazine ads. Paul Stamets, an associate, attended the early mycology expos initiated in Florida.

Mushrooms of Ancient Time: The Matias Romero

Mushrooms of Ancient Time: The Matias Romero

The Matias Romero is an ancient Psilocybe Cubensis mushroom with deep roots in a small village in Oaxaca, Mexico. For thousands of years, mankind has collected these mushroom spores. The most historical being Psilocybe Cubensis. Ancient civilizations’ use of spiritual properties enhances our understanding of the past through global study. Matias Romero is small municipality

SporeVision Introduces Psilocybin Spore Syringes for Amateur Microscopy and Research

SporeVision Introduces Psilocybin Spore Syringes for Amateur Microscopy and Research

The World is a marketplace for mushroom cultures and spores for microscopic research. Welcome to the mesmerizing world of mushrooms, where nature’s wonders unveil themselves in intricate and fascinating ways. Mushrooms, a unique category of life forms, belong to the kingdom of fungi. Unlike plants, they don’t derive sustenance from sunlight, but rather from breaking down organic

Spore Syringes

Spore Syringes

Spore tubes are used to grow mushrooms in the field of mycology, which is the study of fungi. They have spores, which are the cells that fungi use to reproduce. To start growing mushrooms, you can use these spores to inoculate a growth medium, which is usually a base like agar or grain. Here is