Growkit Golden Teacher (hemp mat)
The Golden Teacher growkit is a popular variety among amateur mycologists, a true classic among classics, now refreshed by us. It is a variety of the Psilocybe Cubensis species, which naturally thrives in tropical and subtropical climates. The Golden Teacher growkit, being our second product fully developed in-house following the Growkit Malabar, gives us complete control over the production and thus ensures the highest quality.
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The Golden Teacher growkit is produced by our company using the same advanced technology as the Malabar variety. The main component of the substrate is properly prepared sorghum, which sets it apart from other growkits on the market that typically use rye mixed with vermiculite. Thanks to the use of sorghum, our growkits are rich in nutrients, which translates into a more efficient mycelium in the long run. Our innovative approach is also emphasized by the use of hemp mats as a covering layer, coming from our friends at Kombinat Konopny. The structure of these mats significantly aids the mycelium in storing the right amount of water and facilitates the formation of primordium. Additionally, as a company with many years of experience, we ensure that our growkits are stored under professional conditions, in specially adapted refrigeration cabinets, guaranteeing their freshness and high quality. In countries where it is legal, users can enjoy fruit bodies characterized by golden stems and a unique appearance, while in other countries, our growkit mainly serves for observing the initial stages of mycelium development. Our Golden Teacher growkit, with its unique blend of ingredients and advanced production technology, is an excellent choice for both beginners and experienced mycology enthusiasts.
The set includes a plastic box with Psilocybe Cubensis Golden Teacher mycelium, a plastic growbag, a clip, and a special thermometer for monitoring temperature. We recommend storing the product in cool conditions, at temperatures of 2-4 degrees Celsius, to prevent fruiting.