Golden Halo Spore Syringe
Golden Halo Spore Syringe
|Spore Coloration||Dark Purple|
The Golden Halo strain hasn’t been around for long, but it’s gaining in popularity because its genetics have several traits that make it easy for cultivators.
Golden Halo is a strain of the species Psilocybe cubensis. It’s famed for being a fast colonizer and is easy to grow thanks to its resistance to bacteria and mold. Golden Halo genetics are incredibly easy to work with — but it hasn’t always been that way.
The history of the Golden Halo strain is somewhat blurry, and there’s a lot of confusion about who collected the first sample and where it’s from.
The original spore samples of this strain were unstable. It was challenging to produce dense flushes of mushrooms with these genetics. In 2017, a group of keen mycologists and amateur mushroom cultivators from the Shroomery forum worked together to stabilize the strain. They were successful, and they spread the resulting spores throughout the community.
Golden Halo mushrooms are medium to large. They have large flat golden-colored caps that are dark in the centre, becoming lighter at the rim. The stems are long, relatively thin, and white. It’s possible to produce dense clusters of shrooms in the first and second flush, but mushroom production becomes sparse through the third.
What's A Spore Syringe?
A spore syringe is a sealed, sterile solution containing free floating spores from your selected species.
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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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