- Give the bag a quick clean with the included wipe
- Slide the first MycoPot out to reveal the first two injection ports
- Inject 0.5ml-1ml of a gourmet spore / culture syringe deep into each of the ports
- Repeat with with the remaining injection ports on all MycoPots
- Discard bag and leave MycoPots alone in a warm place to fully colonise
- Follow the rest of the guide until harvest
The white HEPA filters on the lids will filter dust and mould spores and allow clean air exchange. Don’t try to remove these!
NEVER open the MycoPots before full colonisation of mycelium or the kit will be ruined with contamination.
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- 3x 280ml MycoPots of Organic Brown Rice Flour with added Vermiculite, Gypsum and Coffee
- HEPA-Filtered and injection port lid system for ultimate contamination resistance
- XL Ultra Humid™ Breathable Grow Tent to fruit your mushrooms inside
- Hygiene Kit includes sterile gloves, alcohol wipe(s) and a hand wipe
- Perlite to maintain the perfect humidity level throughout the mushroom fruiting process
- Vermiculite for creating the perfect surface micro-climate
- Gourmet Spore or Culture Syringe
If you cannot use your grow kit right away, we would advise that you store it in a (clean) fridge for a maximum of 2 weeks.
If you can’t store it in a fridge, don’t leave it for any longer than 1 week.
The longer you leave it, the more moisture will be lost from the substrate and if too much moisture is lost, colonisation will just not happen.
Always inoculate your grow kits as soon as you possibly can!
- This grow kit is tailored to first time growers who want fast flushes. If you want bigger results, check our MycoBox grow kits.
- Can take around 5 weeks to fully colonise in optimum conditions.
- Some wood-loving species like Shiitake may not fruit on this substrate.
All grow kit products are for UK customers only at this time, sorry.
Product is made fresh to order – Please check our dispatch schedule here.
Only for use in cultivating species which are legal to grow – research the law.