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Treasure Coast
*for microscopy study only*
Treasure Coast
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THESE SPORES ARE SOLD FOR MICROSCOPY USE ONLY. THEY ARE NOT INTENDED FOR CULTIVATION PURPOSES!!! NO SPORES TO CA, GA, or ID STATES. YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YEARS OF AGE AND YOU MUST AGREE 100% WITH OUR GENERAL DISCLAMER TO PURCHASE ANY OF THESE SPORES.
Treasure Coasts do not usually grow huge, however instead they grow in medium to large clumps or clusters and have long stems with light colored caps. Mushrooms often grow from each other as if they all had one stem or no division between stems.

They are very pretty and it is one of the strains with the largest amount of flushes one after another including from simple 1/2 pint cakes. Their temperature and humidity range is wide making this strain easy to cultivate and care for. Very tough and prolific, pining is almost automatic. (cultivation is illegal in the U.S.)

Treasure Coasts have one of the lightest caps of all other cubensis. Caps can be even whitish in color appearing to have purple and blueish tones to them. The guills are heavy sporulators even when they appear to be sterile. 
Specifications
Available In: Nice'n Fat 20cc syringe
FOR AN EXPLANATION OF OUR 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPORE SYRINGES PLEASE GO HERE: "New Moon" vs. "Old School"
vs. "Deep Freeze"
Customer Reviews

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 2 reviews: 5.0
Cluster cluckedWhen ben says cluster , that's an understatement . I've had a cluster of 64 off of a mono. These are prolific fruiters. Not huge individual fruits but I have always had tons on each flush. mono's pulling 8 dry on the first flush was a breeze with these. Great genetics!!! Written by Marinoloc on Mon 16 Mar 2015 7:49:54 AM GMT
A GoodieHave studied this strain and the Topias isolated version Twisted Coast and both have amazing results and do extremely well with lots and lots of fresh air with holes around sub depth and MP tape and around 8-10 fanning's/day and you get spectacular results, no hype here. Written by Myco Man on Thu 5 Mar 2015 8:08:00 PM GMT
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