Mushroom Liquid Culture
Where to buy Mushroom Liquid Culture. Lab obtain from the finest commercial samples in the world. As such. each culture is test and guarantee 100% contaminate free, or we will replace it. Each syringe contains a proven high-output isolated sub-strain for maximum yield and minimum incubation time.
How to Purchase Culture Syringe
Brown Beech culture is known as Buna-Shimeji, Hypsizigus Tessellatus. They are one of the most gourmet mushrooms due to their rich flavor that consistsof a mild, sweet and nutty taste with a firm texture. The Shimeji should be put together, having a bitter taste when raw which disappears completely upon cooking. The cuisine mushroom has a firm, slightly crunchy texture and a nutty flavor.
About Mushroom Liquid Culture
Preparation makes the mushroom easier to digest. You can eat it with stir-fried foods including wild game and seafood. for instance, it is use in soups, stews and sauces. When preparing alone, Shimeji mushrooms can be sautéed as a whole, including the stem or stalk (only the very end cut off), using a higher temperature; or, they can be slow roasted on a low temperature with a small amount of butter or cooking oil.
Liquid Culture Analysis
growth Temp: 68-80° F
maturation Humidity: 85%-90%
Incubation Time: 18 Days
produce Temp: 45-65° F
yield Humidity: 90%-93%
Fruiting Time: 20 Days
Blue Oyster Mushroom Liquid Culture Syringe
The blue oyster is the most common oyster mushrooms which is use in cuisine world wide. Young specimens will be blueish color on their caps, then changing color to grey tones upon maturing. Not only is the blue oyster mushroom delicious, but it’s one of the easier varieties of oyster mushrooms to grow.
Custom 3 Pack of Liquid Culture Syringes
Choose any 3 liquid culture syringes for one low price. After purchasing this pack, contact us through the website with your name and strain selection. We currently have the following liquid culture strains, for instance, Antler Reishi, Black Poplar, Black Morel, Blue Oyster, Branched Oyster. Brick Cap, Brown Beech, Chaga, Chestnut, Chicken Of The Woods, Coral Tooth, Cordyceps Militaris, Elm Oyster, Enokitake, Florida Grey Oyster, Golden/Yellow Oyster, Hen Of The Woods (Maitake), Italian Oyster, King/Trumpet Oyster.
Edible Mushroom Liquid Culture Syringe 10cc, with sterile needle and alcohol swab.
Liquid cultures are a great way to maintain relatively sterile technique without expensive lab equipment. Decreased contamination means increased success in growing mushrooms!
Liquid culture can be transfer from a syringe to agar, liquid media (to make more liquid culture), grains, and bulk substrates. Attach sterile needle provided, flame sterilize, then inject 2cc of culture into a jar or bag of sterilized grain or substrate using a reusable injection port. If possible, use a glove box or work in front of a flow hood to further increase sterility.
Liquid cultures can be stored in a refrigerator to preserve the viability for months (even years). We recommend using them as soon as possible to benefit from their peak vitality.
Syringes do not come with instructions. Please research growing techniques before purchasing. Youtube.com is a great resource for information on using liquid culture. Follow this link to learn to make your own injection-port lids for a canning jar. This video demonstrates the process of sterilizing grain in a jar with injection-port lid, then inoculating with a liquid culture syringe in a glove box. Note: You can do this exact process without a glove box with great success! We recommend flame sterilizing the needle in between each transfer.
10cc liquid culture available in the following mushroom varieties:
Hemlock Varnished Conk
*Hercium abietes – Conifer coral (aka Bear’s Head)
Hericium coralloides – Coral tooth
Hericium americanum- Bear’s Head
Lentinula edodes – Shiitake S3790 or S75
Pleurotus citrinopileatus – Golden oyster
eryngii – King oyster
Pleurotus ostreatus– “Elm” oyster (not Hypsizygus ulminarius)
Pleurotus ostreatus var. columbinus – Blue oyster
Trametes versicolor – Turkey tail
Stropharia rugoso-annulata – Wine Cap/Garden Giant
Chicken of the Woods (hardwood)
*Laetiporus conifericola – Chicken of the Woods (conifers)