The Cambodian psilocybe cubensis spores are a great cubensis strain for the beginning cultivator and researcher. The Cambodia strain it’s mycelium grows very fast and can colonize substrate in notime. Some say the Cambodia is a fast fruiter, others say the Cambodia takes it’s time to develop a full flush of mushrooms. When you live in a humid and hot environment the Cambodian mushroom spores are for you, because they love the heat! (29-30*C)
The Colombian ‘Rust Spore’ (CRS) psilocybe cubensis is know due it’s red brown spores. Besides this unique red spore color the Colombian seems to be higher in potency than other cubies. The Colombia Rust Spore has fast rizomorphic mycelium, but the CRS takes longer than the average P.cubensis to produce it first fruits. Be patience and the Colombian Redspore will reward you!
The Ecuador psilocybe cubensis is a dependable grower when grown from spores. It’s fruit can grow tall with beautiful caramel brown caps. This Ecuador strain is from the mountains of Ecuador, found on an altitude of 1000 meters. The Ecuador spores are know to colonize fast and around lower temperatures. Need a novice mushroom strain to work with? The Ecuadorian P. cubensis will be the one to get.
The Golden Teacher psilocybe cubensis is a great mushroom for beginners. The G.T. mushroom spore is a slow colonizer with rizomorphic mycelium. The Golden Teacher will fruit you flush after flush on a Brown rice flower (BRF) substrate. The beautiful golden colored mushroom caps and it’s wise teachings has given the Golden Teacher it’s name. The Golden teachers mushrooms grow medium sized to huge in the right conditions.
The Albino A+ mushroom strain is an all white psilocybe cubensis variation. The AA+ white skin turns almost blue when maturing. Great grow in the first flushes. The albino A+ is not a true Albino, but a leucistic mutation of the A+ strain. The mushrooms still have some pigment and the spores are dark almost black. These characteristics makes the Albino A+ an ideal strain to experiment with other cubes and make your own ‘Albino’ strain.
The Costa Rica psilocybe cubensis is not the easiest strain, but when your treat the Costa Rica right the mycelium will fruit huge flushes of medium sized mushrooms. Second flushes are often with bigger Costa Rican mushrooms. The Costa Rica cubensis can resemble the famous Psilocybe semilanceata and Psilocybe Mexicana mushrooms in form and potency. Just give the CR lots of air and a 99% humidity and it will flourish. With the Costa Rica spores you have a real gem! Use for microscopic research only
This panaeolus cyanescens deserves its strain name “Goliath” for clear reasons: The mushrooms grow tall and the hats are very broad and wide. The meaty flesh of the fruits makes that the potency is very high, also in the fresh weight. Just like other p. cyanescens, the Goliath prefers cow dung to grow, but horse manure also works very well. Also ‘cubsensis‘ TEKS can work, but these will make the Goliath apear more as many ‘Davids‘: Small, plentiful and powerful. Use for microscopic research only
Mazatapec mushroom spore has great rhizomorphic mycelium that will grow tall slim fruits with caramel red caps. Full flushes of shape shifting Mazatpec mushrooms will provide enough caps for spore printing. The Mazatapec cubensis characteristics makes it a great mushroom strain to work with. Get this print!
The Orissa India P. cubensis is another strain found by John.W. Allen. These Indian mushrooms were found growing on elephant dung. Orissa India strain can grow huge mushrooms with wide saucer like caps, taller than any other cube. The Orissa India is also more resistant than the average P. cubensis to contaminations, it is what we call a forgiving strain. The India Orissa psilocybe cubensis spores are a great cubensis strain for the beginning cultivator and researcher. Easy to grow and perfect for spore printing.