Buy Magic Mushroom Grow Kit RedBoy by Mondo®
The Magic Mushroom Grow Kit RedBoy by Mondo®. The Psilocybe Cubensis Red Boy strain is a mutation from the PF original mushroom. It’s red colored spores are a genetic deformity that produces red spores instead of black or purple spores. Now loved by many the RedBoy is a beautiful strain to grow.
Meet the new standard of easy grow kits redboy
The Psilocybe cubensis Mondo® Red Boy Magic Mushroom grow kit is slightly different than the grow kits you might have used before. This is seen only in the substrate recipe and is a secret not just shared with everyone. Not even with us
Just like the previous and other easy grow kits, you do not need to use additional spores. During the laboratory process, the spores have developed into mycelium inside the substrate (the cake) in the grow box. The mycelium has fully colonized the substrate and is ready to grow mushrooms.
Years of planning and testing has resulted in the next generation of Mondo® Red Boy Magic Mushroom grow kits. The Mondo® Grow Kit Red Boy has become better than it ever was. Compared to the first generation of Psilocybe cubensis Mondo® Red Boy Grow Kit, the next generation is improved with:
- Larger yields, more mushrooms
- More flushes*
- Better resistance against contaminations
- Different, but easier instructions some strains produce more flushes than others. The first three flushes are the largest.
Magic Mushroom Grow Kit Redboy
The Redboy is a mysterius mushroom strain. That has red spores and can grow very large. Read this interesting comment on the strain by a famous shroomry user: ”
Monokaryotic Puerto Rico mycelium was allowed to crawl over the non-germinating original 20 year old redboy spores in a petri dish, resulting in a 50/50 cross between the redboy spores and the PR mycelium, without the original spores ever germinating, which they were no longer capable of after 20 years.
Rattlesnake venom was added to the agar after cooling to weaken both the cell walls of the spores, and the cell walls of the mycelium, allowing the nucleus from each to exchange genetic information between them. The experiment was duplicated with the offspring, resulting in a 75% pure strain, which was then released to the public.”