Pleurotus Ostreatus Mushroom Culture – POHA-100
If you are a researcher, cultivator, or mycologist seeking a reliable Pleurotus Ostreatus mushroom culture, consider the POHA-100 strain from Organic Galaxy. This wild strain was discovered in the Fall of 2015 and has been thoroughly tested for its productivity and viability as a research strain.
The fruit body of the POHA-100 strain exhibits unique morphological characteristics, including a velvet-like exterior and a dense, firm interior similar to P. Eryngii. In laboratory testing, this Pleurotus Ostreatus mushroom culture has consistently produced large, abundant yields on various substrates, and has demonstrated rapid and aggressive colonization of new growth media.
For optimal growth, we recommend using rye, wheat, oat, or brown rice as the grain for spawn, and supplemented sawdust, straw, hardwood logs, or cotton seed hulls as the substrate for fruiting. The optimal environmental conditions for this strain are as follows:
Spawn Production: Temperature Range: 65°F – 75°F, Relative Humidity: 80-95%, Duration: (Grains per 6 Lbs) 10-12 Days (Supplemented Sawdust) 5-10 Days
Primordia Formation: Temperature Range: 50°F – 65°F, Relative Humidity: 85-100%, Duration: 5 Days
Fruitbody Development: Temperature Range: 55°F – 80°F, Relative Humidity: 85-95%, Duration: 5-7 Days
The POHA-100 Pleurotus Ostreatus mushroom culture has a wide range of potential applications in scientific research and cultivation, including gourmet mushroom cultivation and bioremediation projects. To ensure the best results, be sure to follow the recommended grain and substrate options and adjust the environmental conditions as needed based on your specific research goals and protocols.
At Organic Galaxy, we take pride in offering professional strains that are produced using pure culture techniques and high-quality culture collections. If you have any questions or need assistance selecting the right strains for your research, don’t hesitate to contact us. Order your Pleurotus Ostreatus mushroom culture today and take the first step towards making new scientific discoveries!