How to Store Spore Syringes?
How should mushroom seeds be stored?
Spore needles can be kept at room temperature and out of direct sunlight, but they will last much longer if they are put in the fridge. Keep your syringes in their original packaging and store them in the fridge until you start your study. If you’re going to start your study right away (within a week or two), it’s fine to keep it at room temperature and out of direct sunlight.
Can you freeze spore syringes?
Spore syringes should NOT be kept in the freezer because this will damage the syringe and make it hard to do microscopy study.
How long do spore needles work for?
Spore syringes from a reputable company that are of good quality can be kept in the fridge for 18 to 24 months. Some researchers, on the other hand, say that they have kept spore syringes for years and then used them for microscopic study.
How long do liquid culture tubes last?
Like our Psilocybe Cubensis spore syringes, our gourmet and therapeutic liquid culture syringes should be kept in the refrigerator and used within two to three months. The factors that affect how long a liquid culture syringe will last depend a lot on the nutrients in the solution. We make our liquid culture syringes in small batches very often to make sure they are full of nutrients.
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