Cold Shock

A cold shock means that you store the colonized substrate with a casing layer and a closed top for 24 hours at 2 to 4º C, before you introduce it to the fruiting conditions. This works as some kind of trigger, so that the mycelium understands that it's time to grow into a beautiful mushroom. For some types of mycelium the cold shock will increase yields.

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