Columbian Rust Magic Mushroom Spore Print
Grow your own Columbian Rust mushrooms from the spore. Our magic mushroom spore prints come in sterile double-sealed Petri dishes, which were kept at 3 – 4 °C temperature to preserve the best condition of the spores. Every spore print is tested for quality to ensure that they are vital and able to germinate.
Information about the strain
We recommend Columbian rust for more advanced growers and users. This strain has a longer growth time for a proportionally more heavy psychedelic experience. Colombian rust mushrooms are named after their place of origin in South America, mainly Columbia, and their significant brown-red spores.
- Cap diameter: 20 – 50 mm, conic or bell shape, pale to caramel brown at maturity, sometimes with whitish spots.
- Gills: yellowish colour that turns brown with age.
- Spore Print: brown-red
- Stipe: 4 up to 12 cm tall x 8 — 12 mm thick, The stem is usually yellowish in colour, and mostly solid. It has a small, hollow central channel and blues with bruising and age.
- Substance – grass seeds, wheat, ray, rice, or compost.
- Colonizing temperature: 26 – 28 °C
- Fruiting temperature: 22 – 24 °C
Columbian rust has a highly intense visual effect, in smaller doses, these mushrooms are known as a social mushroom, it increases your talkativity and energy levels. If you are looking for a powerful philosophical experience – Colombian Rust is a perfect strain for you!
- Add some sterile water to the petri dish with the spore print and mix it up by filling the syringe in and out a few times. Then fill the syringe with the liquid from the petri dish and clean the needle with 95% alcohol.
- Prepare a plastic bag with the sterilized substrate, extract the content of the syringe to it, seal the bag and shake it well for a couple of minutes, so the spores are evenly distributed in the substrate. (One syringe you can use for 2 – 3 bags of the substrate). And leave the bag for 10 – 14 days
- You will see white mycelium start growing around the substrate, press and shake the colonized substrate a bit in the bag and empty the content to another bag with the sterile substrate. Close the bag with a rubber band and shake it well to mix both substrates together and like the first time leave it for 10 – 14 days or until you see white mycelium forming.
- Lay some drainage into a large plastic box, and some tin foil, place the block (the content of the bag) on the foil and spray well with water.
- Once you see mushroom pins forming it’s a sign that you have to let some fresh air in every 8 – 10 hours. Make sure you keep the humidity high.
- With this method, you can collect 3 – 4 flushes of mushrooms.
Keep your Amazonian mushroom spore print in the fridge in original packaging at 3 – 4 °C temperature to preserve the best condition of the spores.