B+ Spore Syringe
B+ Spore Syringe
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The B+ cubensis strain became well-known in the 1990s, and it quickly gained popularity in the cultivation community due to its robust growth characteristics. It's known for producing large, fleshy mushrooms and being particularly adaptable to a variety of growing conditions. This adaptability makes it a favorite among novice cultivators.
As for its origin, there are various speculations and stories. Some say that it was named after a cultivator known as "Mr. G," with the "B" standing for his first initial and the "+" indicating the extra-large size of the mushrooms it produces. However, this is just one of the stories, and it's difficult to verify its accuracy.
Another notable aspect of the B+ strain is its reported versatility in fruiting across different temperatures and conditions. This has led many to speculate that it's a hybrid strain, though again, concrete evidence is lacking.
In terms of its effects, many users report a balanced experience with B+, with both visual and introspective qualities.
What's A Spore Syringe?
A spore syringe is a sealed, sterile solution containing free floating spores from your selected species.
Curious how they get that way? Check out our page on Spore Solution Homogenization!
All active species are for microscopy purposes only.
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Spore Syringe Storage
Keep your spore syringes in a cool, dark place until ready to use. Ideally, keep them in the fridge, but don't let them freeze!
Kept this way, they'll be good for up to a year, or longer!
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Where are your pictures from?
Some photos on this page have been sourced from iNaturalist or Wikipedia, taken mark-groeneveld, Alan Rockefeller, Matthew Borella, Denis Zabin, kaju, Andrey Loria, Juan Carlos Pérez Magaña or others.