Cultivation Difficulty: Easy
Substrate: Straw and composts, sterilized sawdust
Colonization/Fruiting Temperatures: 80-85F/85-90F
Supplied As: Culture in slant or petri dish*
Calocybe indica is a commonly cultivated tropical mushroom that responds easily to a variety of substrates and produces well on pastuerized straw and treated sawdust blocks. Peat moss based casing will encourage growth at the substrate surface. Mycelium of this species is cold sensitive and will die if refrigerated. As a result, this culture is only availble for shipping during the warm season, typically April through September.
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*Note: Culture supplied as living mycelium in a test tube slant or grown on sterile media in a petri dish. Slants are best suited for long distance travel, international shipments, or long term culture storage. To ensure freshness of culture, slant and plate requests are made to order, please allow 2-4 weeks for processing and shipment. Please choose between Slant or Petri Dish below.
* WARNING!* - Milky Mushroom Mycelium can be seriously damaged or even killed at temperatures below 40F/4C. For this reason cultures of Milky Mushrooms will only be shipped from our Knoxville, Tennessee lab from April to October. Please consider the temperatures in your area and in transit before placing an order for this culture. We will not replace cultures that are damaged due to low temperatures.