Oct 12, 2010

Panaeolus cyanescens “Florida”

Most people know the Panaeolus cyanescens as The Hawaiian or the Copelandia. This strain from the Panaeolus cyanescens family comes from Florida, US. This specie loves the environment in Florida, so it can be found on a lot of places in this state.
All strains of the Panaeolus cyanescens grow best on a dung-based substrate. As spawn rye can be used. The cultivation of the Psilocybe cyanescens needs a bit more attention then the Psilocybe cubensis. It’s more sensitive to the right levels of fresh air, humidity and temperature. The fast growing mycelium of this specie does not colonize the substrate as heavily as the Psilocybe cubensis mushroom.
Standard spawn medium: Rye grain
Fruiting substrate: Pasteurized wheat straw, horse/cow manure/straw compost
Temperature during colonization: 79 – 84 F
Temperature during cropping: 75 – 80 F
Humidity: > 90%

Source: http://www.travellersgarden.com/

  1. I have a question maybe somebody with more experience can answer for me. Are Panaeolus a more potent strain than say Golden Teacher or similar strain? thanks for any help you can give me.

  2. Terry McNiven says:

    hey fsre, any chance of some panaeolus cyanescens (florida) spores from you, im a beginner at growing but ive been involved in the mushroom scene from my teenage years. That would b much appreciated

  3. when is there going to be a pic?

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