If you notice the mycelium has areas of yellow
or orange this means that you put too much water in your substrate mixture. these areas are the
same texture of the mycelium.
A cake can flush several times, which means once it's been harvested
it can grow more mushrooms. with each flush there will be less and less pins, see tips and tricks on what you can do to make your cake produce more promising yields after the first flush.
substrate: a mixture of water, brown
rice flour and vermiculite that houses the mycelium.
mycelium: the begining stage of psilocybin growth, it's bright white
with a stringy texture .
cake: the combination of the substrate
and mycelium, what your mushrooms live off of.
vermiculite: a golden flakey mineral
that retains water
perlite: a porus rock that retains water.
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