Cultivation Difficulty: Easy
Substrates: Equine dung; Enriched soils; Compost; Grain
Strain Origin: Z-strain psilocybe cubensis
Description: The Z-strain psilocybe cubensis is quick and aggressive colonizer, biggest/fastest pinner; Very rizomorphic strain; Rizomorphic mucelium seems to isolate itself. In nature, this is said to be one of the fastest strains from inoculation to harvests. In nature, it’s a prolific fruitier with little to no recovery time between flushes. This was a novelty magic mushroom strain bred by an unknown source. They were not large mushrooms but the mycelium was accomplishing It truly is work in nature, breaking down useless and decaying subject including dung. Our Buddy assumed he would begin to see the cubensis mushrooms developing in the summer within the monsoon rains, even so, the extreme warmth would dry up the rain drinking water to swiftly. Instead, they thrived during the spring through the morning dew. It definitely must do with micro-climates as well as grass allows maintain moisture to help make mini microclimates. One more reason this mushroom is so typical around ranches is as it grows on any cereal straw and nearly any grain. The mycelium from this fungi spreads quickly and is a fantastic dung decomposer. This fungi can rapidly transform growing old livestock dung into composted wealthy soil, which subsequently feeds the grass, which feeds the livestock. The spores are deposited about the grass the livestock eat, then go through the animals’ method to start out the fungi’s life cycle yet again. This mycelia breaking down dung held lessen the scent of dung and it is a blessing with a ranch or farm.
*Z-Strain mushroom spores intended for microscopy research and taxonomy purposes only*