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Jack Frost Liquid Culture Syringe

Jack Frost Liquid Culture Syringe
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Discover our latest innovation: the Psilocybe Cubensis Jack Frost Liquid Culture Syringe - a breakthrough in growing the legendary Jack Frost strain with unparalleled ease and precision. Whether you are a novice or experienced grower, this advanced spore syringe offers a hassle-free method to get your magical mushroom journey off to a flying start. With a sterile and nutrient-rich environment, this syringe accelerates the growth of mycelium, allowing you to achieve a potent and visually appealing harvest quickly and easily. The Jack Frost mushroom is a hybrid (cross) of the True Albino Teacher and Albino Penis Envy strains, known for their attractive appearance and strong effects. In short, experience the ease and precision of the Jack Frost Mushroom Liquid Culture Syringe and make growing these enchanting mushrooms at home accessible to all.

Genetic purity:

Our liquid culture syringe is made with utmost care and encapsulates the genetic purity of the Jack Frost strain. Each syringe is a testament to precision and consistency, allowing growers to experience the full spectrum of the strain's enchanting properties, from its frosty appearance to its profound psychedelic potential.

What substrate do we grow on?

Several substrate options can be considered for Jack Frost mushrooms, but a common and effective choice is a mixture of vermiculite and brown rice flour. This substrate offers a good balance of nutrients, moisture retention and airiness, which is beneficial for mushroom growth. Vermiculite helps retain moisture and provides good drainage, while brown rice flour is a nutrient source for the mushrooms. The substrate mixture can be prepared by mixing equal parts vermiculite and brown rice flour, then moistening it until it reaches the right humidity level. After the substrate is prepared, the mushroom spores can be inoculated to start growth.


Inoculating your substrate has never been easier. With a simple injection of the Jack Frost Mushroom Liquid Culture, you can watch the mycelial network multiply and transform your growing medium into a canvas on which the mushrooms can flourish.

  1. Sterilisation: Sterilise the substrate mixture to kill off any harmful bacteria and fungi that may hinder mushroom growth. This can be done by heating the substrate mixture in an autoclave or pasteurising it using steam.
  2. Substrate inoculation: Start by preparing the substrate, such as vermiculite and brown rice flour, as described earlier. Make sure the substrate is moist but not soggy. Next, take a spore supplement or a spore syringe containing Jack Frost paddospores.

  3. Inoculation process: shake the spore supplement or syringe containing the mushroom spores well to ensure that the spores are evenly distributed. Then use a sterile syringe to distribute the spores evenly across the substrate. This can be done by applying small amounts of the spore supplement at different spots on the substrate.

  4. Incubation: After the substrate has been inoculated with the paddospores, it is time to incubate the substrate. Place the substrate in a dark and warm room with a constant temperature between 20-25°C. This promotes colonisation of the substrate by the paddospores.

  5. Growth and harvest: After a few weeks, the mushroom spores should begin to colonise and develop into mushrooms. Keep checking the substrate for humidity and any signs of contamination. Once the mushrooms are fully developed, they can be harvested for consumption.


10 ml Jack Frost Liquid Culture Spore Syringe

Storage advice

  • Use the liquid culture within 2 months.
  • Store it in the fridge or another cool, dark location.
  • Avoid exposure to UV light.
  • Keep out of the reach of children.
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