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Red Reishi Liquid Culture (LC)

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Ganoderma lucidum

Red Reishi fruits best between 70-85°F but will grow (albeit slowly!) as low as the 50s.

Red reishi

Red Reishi grown by Chae Rennie fruited around 68-72°F after about ~6 weeks!

 

All gourmet liquid cultures (LCs) are provided with a 16g needle (in the manufacturer’s packaging) and come in 10 mL capped syringes. They will be labelled on the plunger and are grown in a 2% malt extract solution. Shake well before use.

Weight 21.99923 g
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Embree dowling
Very strong grower

This is a very fast and strong grower. I inoculated grains and agar about a week ago and this is even outpacing the yellow oyster. Agar plate is already completely covered. Grains are almost ready for sub - can’t wait for some fruits! Will definitely recommend to others.

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Jonathan Frady

Super active culture, really fast shipping, great service!

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My
Red Reishi

Very Happy with my product. Received in the mail super fast. Love my freebies! Super active culture. Cant wait to throw in the fruiting chamber! Will update with photos then.

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Felicia
Red reishi liquid culture

Very happy with my red reishi liquid culture. Overall incredible value from an impressively well run business I will be back

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Jeff S
Awesome!

order #10149 Review. Received in the mail extremely fast, got some freebies as well. Paid with Mesh! Really excited about this. The Red Reishi LC looks great.
Thanks.

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Malachi Singer
Awesome!

This culture is vary vigorous, I recommend adding gypsum or something to the grain if you don't want to have trouble with the dense mycelium!

This is great advice! All of the red reishi cultures I have worked with, including the one I offer, forms an almost rubbery hard mycelium mat when fully colonized. Grain should be used ASAP after full colonization, or shaken to break up the mycelium and buy 2-3 more days before needing to spawn with a knife haha.

I also think it smells like popcorn!

I appreciate your review, please consider sending me some customer photos of your antlers/conks once you get there and if you're willing to have me share them on the product page :)

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