Lion’s Mane Mushrooms
Lion’s Mane mushrooms occur in the wild in North America, Europe and Asia. They grow on decaying trees but are found on live trees as well. The fruiting bodies of the Lion’s Mane are large and bulbous tubercules. When harvested at a young age, it’s flavor and texture is like lobster.
Hericium Erinaceus Liquid Culture Syringe
What are liquid culture syringes?
Spore Printers Hericium Erinaceus liquid culture syringes limit the possibility of contamination during inoculation. Each syringe is filled with 10cc of nutrient solution inoculated with mushroom spores to allow for mycelium growth within the syringe. This is the easiest way for beginners to inoculate bags and jars because it’s easier to control contaminants. Liquid Culture syringes also improve growth times.
How long do liquid culture syringes last?
Like any perishable item, the manner in which you store your specimen will determine the shelf life. We recommend that you keep your liquid culture syringes refrigerated unless otherwise stated in your storage instructions. You can store liquid culture syringes for up to 6 months refrigerated or up to 2 months unrefrigerated. If you need to store your specimens for longer periods, we recommend our Spore Prints.