Blue Meanie Spore Print (Psilocybe cubensis)



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Blue Meanie” is a widely known name for Panaeolus Cyanescens. Over the years a strain of cubensis was released with the same name. This is a cubensis specimen.

In the wild BM is a prolific fruitier that yields average to large fruits with the larger ones appearing in later flushes. This strain has some nice rizomorphic mycelium and colonization is average to fast.

Substrate: Rye grain, wheat straw, horse or cow manure.
Temperature during colonization: 28 °C
Temperature during cropping: 23 – 26 °C

Spores are packed in a protective atmosphere and can be kept for a number of years. The spores can be sent to almost any country without a problem.


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