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1x substrate container with 2100 cc / ml mycelium, perlite and vermiculite
1x grow bag with air filter
Misting Bottle – Misting is needed for the humidity level
Potable water – For misting and soaking, warm water for soaking
Clean environment – Work clean to give other fungi and bacteria (micro organisms) no chance to contaminate.
We recommend using
Disinfectant for hands
Disinfectant for surfaces
Thermo mat (when room temperature drops below 18°C)
How do I store the grow kit?
Do not store your grow kit longer than 2-3 weeks
We recommend starting your mushroom grow kit right away and begin the growing process. If you decide to grow later, do not store your grow kit longer than 2-3 weeks after the production date.
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Store in a cool place
Always store the mushroom grow kit in the refrigerator (2°C to 4°C). The production date is printed on the cardboard box and includes the two digits of the week number.
Make sure your fridge is clean and free of bacteria, yeasts and other sources of contamination. To be safe, pack the culture kit in a clean plastic bag and seal it tightly.
Read the following do’s and don’ts for a successful grow.
Despite the fact that mushroom grow kits are easy to grow and reasonably idiot-proof, we have listed the most important points for you. Such as temperature, light, humidity, the first mushrooms and the growth cycle.
The ideal temperature for mushrooms to develop is 24°C. Do not have the temperature drop under 20°C and not exceed 29°C. To keep the temperature from dropping under the 20°C, you can use a Thermo Heatingmat to maintain the ideal temperature. A thermo mat is a must-have in the winter or colder regions of the world.
The magic mushroom kit only needs light for the mycelium to ‘understand’ it has reached the surface. Only then, mushrooms will grow. A few hours of fluorescent/artificial light or indirect sunlight a day is more than enough. Direct sunlight kills the mycelium, so avoid the sun to shine directly on the grow kit.
The day the first pins show you begin with misting. Open the grow bag by removing the paperclip. Do not spray directly on the cake but spray one time against every side of the bag. So you mist once a day, four sprays. Misting also vents fresh oxygen inside the bag. Right after misting, close the bag again with the paperclip.
Frequent air exchange (FAE)
Keep the grow bag closed untill you see the frist pins, CO2 should be as high as possible to induce pinning. After the pinning stage you can open the bag 1-2 times a day to let in fresh air. Open and close the bag and push out the air and let is some new.
The 1st shrooms!
If the cultivation conditions are optimal, you can expect the first small mushrooms (the pins) to appear between 10 and 20 days. This also depends on the strain. Some cubensis strains grow slower than others. to reach maturety it can take up another week. A full grow cycle can take up to 4-5 weeks.
The mushrooms come up in groups. A growth like this is called a flush. You can get more than one flush out of a kit. The first two flushes are the largest. When more flushes come, they will be smaller than the previous one.
Picking and Harvesting
Mushrooms should be picked when the veil between the hat and the stem is about to or has just torn. Don’t wait longer or the mushrooms drop their spores. Pick the mushrooms that are ripe and let the others continue to grow. The other option is to remove all the mushrooms and start a new flush.
How to pick your mushrooms:
Use surgical gloves or disinfect your hands, wrists and arms.
Remove the mushrooms from the cake by taking hold of the base of the mushroom between thumb and index finger.
Rotating your hand clockwise slowly, until the mushroom lets go.
Do not pull out the mushrooms. This would risk damaging the mycelium and killing it. When most of the larger mushrooms have been picked, also pick the smaller ones and the pins as well.
Mushrooms that grow from the sides
Mushrooms grow where the light reaches and where there is little penetrating resistance. Because the cake has light shining on the sides, the mushrooms might also grow there. You have a few options:
Darken the sides of the kit by putting it in the cardboard box.
Spray the top soil a bit to stimulate more growth on the top
Do nothing and let them grow
After all the mushrooms are harvested, you prepare the kit for the next flush. Disinfected your hands or use gloves; take the grow box out of the grow bag.
Fill the container with lukewarm water (20°C)
Take the lid use it to close the container.
Let it soak for 5 – 20 minutes.
Remove the lid, and drain the water
Place the growkit in the growbag and fill the growbag with a cup (200-250ml) of lukewarm water (20°C)
This is called the soaking process. Water will now soak through the cake, preparing it for the next flush.
During the soaking you can hang the grow bag with micronfilter upside down to dry. Many growers prefer to use new and unused grow bags after every flush.
To continue, follow the same steps 2 – 7 as before when you started the process for the first time. Several days later, a new flush will appear. You can get at least 2 flushes out of a grow kit. The first flush often is the biggest.
When no more mushrooms grow out of your grow kit after the second flush for at least 5-6 weeks, or when the grow kit turns green, red, grey or yellow; the grow kit can be disposed of. The change in color is a sign that the grow kit is contaminated with another fungus or bacteria. No more mushrooms will grow out of the mushroom grow kit and the grow kit should be thrown away in the garbage outside or in your garden.
When you are too late picking the mushrooms, they will drop their spores. The cake and the mushrooms will turn black/purple (some other cubensis strains red/brown) because of the spores. This is not really a problem; it just doesn’t look very pretty.
When mushrooms release their spores, they also start to degrade, and the active ingredients are breaking down. Mushrooms will lose some of their potency.
Golden Teacher Strain information
Some believe that in the 1980’s a specimen of the Golden Teacher mushroom was found growing in the wild in Florida, USA. The word spread around fast, mainly because of the recognizable golden caps with yellow speckles on it. Compared to other Psilocybe Cubensis mushroom types, the Golden Teacher magic mushrooms are quite large and very elegant in its appearance.
There is a story that the Golden Teacher was actually a Hawaiian PES, renamed by an Dutch grower, because: “sometimes right before the veils break when the primordia are at their largest size before becoming mature, the entire shroom can have a golden yellowish color which vanishes when maturity starts to set in. ” Source: from fanaticus.com currently offline.
Origin: Unknown, possibly USA
Cap: 20-50 mm, Brow to Golden (yellow) brown when the mushroom matures,
Stem: 40 -125 mm, medium ot large in size, bruises green blue when touched
Spores: Dark purple brown, 11.5–17 x 8–11 µm, subellipsoid, basidia 4-spored
Substrate: PF Tek and BRF, Rye grain, Straw and Dung
About GetMagic Grow kits
GetMagic mushroom grow kits contain everything you need for growing magic mushrooms at home;
a grow bag
ready to grow mushroom substrate
and clips to close the bag
The GetMagic grow kits bring back the old school cool of layered magic mushroom grow kits.
The 100% colonized mycelium has perlite underneath and a vermiculite layer on top.
These layers ensure to keep the kit humid and makes it easy to keep the kit in optimal conditions.
To reach it’s full potential the GetMagic grow kit will need your help, love and good vibes.
You simply add water and within 2-4 weeks you will be rewarded with a high yield of mushrooms.
* This kit is meant for small-scale home use only. Do not use for human consumption. Use for spore reproduction and research only.
Check out the responsible use page for more information on do’s and don’ts.