Mushroom Wiki


  • How to Store a Mushroom Spore Syringe

    Mushroom spores are a fascinating and useful tool for researchers and enthusiasts alike. However, proper storage is critical if you want to ensure their viability for future use. In this article, we will explore the best methods for storing mushroom spore syringes to ensure their longevity and effectiveness. When purchasing mushroom spore syringes, it’s crucial…

  • Spore Syringe vs Liquid Culture

    What is the difference between a spore syringe vs liquid culture? Multispore syringes and mushroom liquid cultures are distinctively different and easy to tell apart. A mushroom spore syringe will have small (sometimes barley visible) black specks called spores. Liquid mycelium syringes on the other hand will have a cloud of white clumpy mycelium. What…

  • How To Make Liquid Culture

    Making liquid culture is a process that utilizes mushroom spores, mushroom fruit body, or another mycelium liquid culture to create a powerful and convenient solution used for growing mushrooms. If you find yourself wondering “why do these spores take so long to grow?”, spores to liquid culture is certain to fix those problems! Our favorite…

  • The Blue Oyster Mushroom

    Do you want to get into the word of edible and medicinal mushrooms, but don’t know where to start? Want a good beginner’s spawn that’s fun to grow? Then the blue oyster mushroom is your (fun)guy. Starting out with deep blue caps that mature to gray as the fruiting bodies develop, and with a great…

  • All about The B+ Mushroom

    We dive into the B+ mushroom variety in this article, and touch on some very interesting things surrounding this classic variety of Cubensis.

  • The Blue Meanie Mushroom

    The Blue Meanie mushrooms: a towering force coming in a diminutive package. Also known by the scientific names Panaeolus cyanescens (sometimes abbreviated as Pans or Pan cyans), Copelandia cyanescens (“Copes”), or as simply Hawaiians, this shriveled fungus is well known to be multiple times stronger than its similarly psychoactive counterparts in the Psilocybe family*. With…

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