Oct 12, 2010

Psilocybe subaeruginosa

A strain that originally was only found in Australia and New Zealand where it grows on forest floors. This strain is suitable for outdoor cultivation. This mushroom has a dark brown hat and a thick white stem. According some sources this mushroom does not taste bad at all.
Source: http://www.azarius.net/

This quite potent species originates from Australia where it grows solitary to gregarious in soils rich in woody debris, decaying piles of leaves and twigs, sandy woody soils, gardens and amongst bark chips from pine.

Outdoor cultivation is the preffered way to grow this species. Cultures can be started on agar. Healthy mycelium from agar is used to inoculate sterilized grain. The colonised grain is used to inoculate sterilized fortified woodchips. These chips are used to inoculate outdoor beds consisting of soaked or freshly chipped wood. This method is similar to the cultivation of Psilocybe azurescens.
This mushroom has a dark brown hat and a thick white stem. Some say that its taste is not at all bad.
Source: http://www.shamanic-extracts.com/xcart/shamanic-products/psilocybe-subaeruginosa.html

This quite potent species originates from Australia where it grows solitary to gregarious in soils rich in woody debris, decaying piles of leaves and twigs, sandy woody soils, gardens and amongst bark chips from pine.
Outdoor cultivation is the preffered way to grow this species. Cultures can be started on agar. Healthy mycelium from agar is used to inoculate sterilized grain. The colonised grain is used to inoculate sterilized fortified woodchips. These chips are used to inoculate outdoor beds consisting of soaked or freshly chipped wood. This method is similar to the cultivation of Psilocybe azurescens.
Source: http://www.mushmush.nl/

  1. terrazureus says:

    i will send some of these prints, although they may be of varying quality

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