You want a grow box without Muycelium? Here it is, the Mushbag Rye! This spawn or substrate bag contains 1200cc of sterilized rye grain. The Mushbag contains a heat-treated substrate that’s suitable for the spawn production of most edible and magic mushrooms. It’s equipped with a micro filter that allows it to breath and a rubber injection port that seals the bag hermetically after injection with a spore syringe. Spores are not included in this grow kit but can be purchased from our spore collection
The Mushroom substrate bag is fitted with an air filter and rubber injection port that seals the bag hermetically after injection with a spore or mycelium syringe. Once the rye has been colonized by the mycelium, it can be used for a variety of cultivation methods.
Contents of the MushBag Rye Mushroom Substrate Kit
Mushbag with 1400 g sterilized rye
4-6 months. The production date is printed on the box. Do not store the Mushbag above a radiator or in the full sun.
MushBag Rye Substrate Instructions
Before you start. Make sure your work area is clean and sterile. Make sure there is no draft if you cultivate mushrooms.
Wash your hands and arms every time before handling the mushroom substrate kit with hand disinfectant or antibacterial soap. As extra protection use disinfected gloves and a face mask.
Let’s get started and do the first step: Inoculate the liquid culture. If you want to inject spores from a spore syringe directly you can skip this step and move on the “Inoculation of the Substrate kit”.
Prepare the Liquide Culture
Wash your hands and clean the working area!
Shake the spore vial or syringe very good to make sure all spores are floating.
Disinfect the injection site of the liquid culture and the spore vial or syringe with the alcohol swap.
Inject 2 ml of spore solution in the Liquid culture
Colonizing the Liquide Culture
Shake the inoculated liquid culture vigorously once a day every day for 10 day
Shake the inoculated liquid culture vigorously once a day every day for 10 days
Store the incolulated liquid culture in a place between 23-27 degrees Celsius.
The liquid culture is ready when you see a cloud floating in the suspension. This is mycelium.
Your Liquid culture is ready, It is called the Master Culture, if used and stored properly you can have lots of mycelium from only a tiny bit of spores.
Important!If the liquid is murky, it means there is a contamination and the culture is unusable.
If you don’t use the liquid culture for 10 days, store it in the refrigerator