Spawn for hobby mushroom producers | 4th generation of mycelium | 1 liter Microsac. Mycelium inoculated from mother spawn bottle or bag. Certified axenic mycelium on sterilized grain, meant for further multiplication. Each portion is double-tested and axenic and is packed in a sealed Microsac. Recipe: adapted to the needs of the species. Client-specific recipes are accepted from 2000 litres onwards. Different pricing may apply.
|Origin||world wide in moderate areas|
|Recommended substrate||composition:||80% hardwood, mixed fine + coarse|
|Heat treatment||sterilisation, by preference at 121 °C|
|Inoculation||mix with ± 1% spawn|
|Recommended bag||Microsac type PPB50/SEU4/V40-51|
|Bag filling||before or after heat treatment: 3 to 4 kg/ bag|
|Incubation||room temperature:||23 °C|
|substrate temperature:||25 °C|
|duration:||Ca. 14 days|
|Fruiting induction||temperature:||18-24 °C|
|relative humidity||90- 95 %|
|Fruiting conditions||room temperature:||13-16 °C|
|relative humidity:||90-95 %|
|Ripening phase||room temperature:||18- 20 °C|
|duration:||ca. 20 days|
|between flushes:||keep substrate very humid|
|Total production cycle|
|Average yield||150 g to 200 g saleable mushrooms per kg fresh substrate†|
*Primordia are induced by a shock. For most mushroom species, this is done with a thermal shock, which is defined by the minimum temperature during the day-night cycle.
†Mushroom weight immediately after harvesting, and wetted substrate weight prior to inoculation.
Important remark: these cultivation guidelines in our technical data sheets are a compilation of the data given to us by experienced cultivators. Individual differences in the cultivation conditions can seriously affect the results.