*for microscopy study only*
WE ARE SORRY, WE NO LONGER CARRY SPORES FOR MICROSCOPY USE.This mushroom's spores were sent to me by a good friend who works as a "Mold Inspector." He assesses the amount of damage in your home due to mold. Then he gives a quote based on the extent of the mold damage and how to get rid of it using mold inhibiting chemicals once the root of the problem is found.
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So the story goes that this mushroom was accidentally made into an albino by mold inhibiting chemicals being sprayed on it unintentionally thinking it was water. The chemicals were absorbed by the otherwise normal cubensis and it ended up mutating the DNA structure. Subsequent flushes also produced a creamy white mushroom which meant that the strain had officially mutated and is a stable permanent mutation creating all creamy white flushes, with a few hints of tint here and there depending on the amount of light given.
I was one of the lucky to get a print from NHMI
"Created by NHMI by accident, GWM was a legitimate cross of PR and regular A-strain. After being exposed to a quaternary reactive ammonium siloxane, the GWM was born. This is the only cubie known to have both albino and leuistic spores. Its' pigmented counterpart is the GBM." -NHMI
**However the GWM we have in stock now, does produce dark spores and as far as we know all of them have had non-leucistic spores.**
This strain grows tall fruit bodies with almost perfect beautiful round cap. I noticed that the veil stays on the cap after it has pretty much opened all the way, looking like stretched latex. The veil comes off without any damage and hangs in its entirety under the cap once its fully opened. The neatest veil I have seen in a while.
Mycelium speed is average, the fruit bodies take a bit longer to develop than other cubensis in its early stage but after it passes the 2" mark it just stretches very fast as well as maturing very fast and having some considerably tall fruits as well as some smaller ones. It seems as though its almost impossible to get equal sized fruits with this one. It tends to like to produce a few monsters along with some smaller ones. In small substrates it enjoys to produce 1 HUGE monster at a time.
Also in my Top 3GWM has always done well and been an exciting strain to work with as well as doing your own projects with. I've worked with the Iso B version maybe the same as on here but ET takes months to years to fully isolate and get that Golden Ticket of a sub-strain and makes it perfect, there just is no comparision when it comes to EARTHS TOUNGE and the competitors!
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