The B+ Magic Mushrooms of obscure beginning. Under a magnifying lens, this strain intently looks like a P.cubensis yet shares a few attributes looking like a P.azurescens.
It’s a remarkable P.cubensis strain and performs very well inside making it a famous strain for home specialists. It will in general yield bigger than normal fruitbodies that reach from moderate to strong for a P.cubensis strain.
The scandalous B+ Magic Mushrooms… what a chameleon this one is. This is by a long shot the most flexible cubensis around. Adjusting and filling in such a wide scope of temperature conditions and substrates in nature.. It really flourishes to spread its seed, which by the way its an exceptionally weighty spore contributor. The B+ has been seen filling outside in nature fruiting a few times in a wide scope of temps and substrates. A few times one winter, evening time low of 45F, day high of 60F, the B+ recently prospered. Spring/summer, low of 75F, high of 90F, the B+ by and by fruited wonderfully. We’ve heard such countless great reports back from cultivators in Amsterdam that simply love this mushroom and how simple it develops, and how delightful it is, it’s cherished by quite a few people.
Albeit the B+ is certifiably not a very quick colonizer, its speed is normal, creating a few exceptionally enormous mushrooms that are by and large a caramel tone. While filling in nature in cooler temperatures, it as a rule generally creates an extremely excellent shading caramel cap and stems. The stems are for the most part extremely thick, and it creates a few huge covers. It likewise drops an extremely thick cover. While filling in hotter temperatures, its shading changes to a more brilliant shading on occasion. Buy your B+ magic mushrooms.