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Rye Grain MycoTub Grow Kit

£24.95 £21.95

500g Grain Substrate MycoTub

£19.95
Included

Mushroom Grow Tent

£2.50
Included

Sterile Gloves

£1.95
Remember to choose your glove size!
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2 x Hand Sanitisation

£1.00
Included

2 x Alcohol Wipes

£1.00
Included

Printed Grow Guide

£0.00
Included

The substrate that started our own journey into Mycology

Brand New Product – On an introductory sale price until current stock runs out!

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Description

This mushroom grow kit has just about everything you need to grow your favourite choice of mushrooms from gourmet spore or culture syringe.

Completely sterile and ready for inoculation via the self-healing injection ports.

 

What’s included
  • 500g of Organic Rye Grain Substrate with added Gypsum and Coffee
  • HEPA-Filtered and Injectable MycoTub for ultimate contamination resistance
  • Perlite to maintain the high humidity during mushroom fruiting process
  • 3-Ply Surgical Face Mask
  • Sterile Gloves
  • 2x Hand Wipes
  • 2x Alcohol Wipes
  • L Grow Tent
  • Printed Grow Guide
  • Guaranteed Promise

 

What’s not included
  • Gourmet spore or culture syringe

 

How much to inoculate

Inject 1-1.5ml of your favourite gourmet spore or liquid culture solution into each of the two injection ports

 

The perfect incubation temperature for your kit (when using spores)

Gourmet spore syringes are never sterile, no matter what nonsense a vendor might tell to sell a product!

With this in mind, stay between 18-20C or 64-68F after injecting our kits with gourmet spores.

Getting this right will drastically reduce the chance of failure.

Though incubating at hotter temperatures will speed up mycelial growth more than it does at 20C, it will turbocharge the rate at which other nasties can grow!
And trust us, nasties will have found their way on to the mushroom caps prior to the spore printing process (and sneak their way into spore syringes).

Mycelium will actually outrun a lot of contaminants, just give it a fighting chance with the right temperature!

 

Incubation temperature when using a gourmet culture syringe

Feel free to up the incubation temperature to 26C after injecting our grow kits with gourmet culture syringes.

If there’s contamination in a gourmet culture syringe, it won’t matter which temperature you use – it’s ruined and the kit will become ruined too. There is no hiding from contaminants when it comes to LC syringes. And whilst on topic, never waste your time making an LC syringe from spores – it’s doomed to fail for everything mentioned above!

 

Guaranteed Promise

We stand by the products we produce, but sometimes mistakes happen.. especially further down the line (during shipping).

If you have received a damaged product then you need to let us know immediately.
Letting us know weeks or months later will not fly with us..

If you end up suffering a contamination issue, we are here to help, so head over to our contact page and let us know immediately.. please be prepared to provide the pictures we ask for and don’t be offended when we ask (we need to).

We will not refund or replace an item in which a customer hasn’t made us aware of immediately, and who hasn’t provided us pictures for – so please inspect your items thoroughly.

 

Important

Product is made fresh to order, we aim to produce and dispatch within 7 working days (Mon-Fri) from the moment we confirm payment.

Only for use in cultivating species which are legal to grow – research the law.

 

Extra advice

This grow kit is tailored for a medium flush size.

Can take around 4 weeks to fully colonise in optimum conditions, but it depends on a lot of factors.

Again, this does not come supplied with a gourmet spore or culture syringe.

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  1. Q What are the dimensions of the MycoTub?... Read more
    Asked on 27th February 2021 10:47 am
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  2. Q Hi I was just wondering what sort of yield I could expect from one grow?... Read more answer now
    Asked on 12th February 2021 4:13 pm
    A It’s a tough one because it depends on numerous factors such as species, genetics, environment and skill. I would say that it is possible to achieve 200-300 hundred grams of fresh mushrooms on average. Maybe more with a bit of luck!

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