Rusty White, Large, Light Cream-Coloured Hallucinogenic Mushrooms
Rusty Whyte Magic Mushrooms is a new and exciting strain of hallucinogenic mushrooms developed by Pasty Whyte in 2014 by hybridizing Albino A+ and Colombian “Rust Spore.” These large, slender, light cream-coloured mushrooms are a beautiful and potent addition to any cultivation experience.
With its high potency, rusty white strain provides an incredible experience where colours are amplified, making it ideal for marvelling at the beauty of nature. The effect is especially outstanding when appreciated outdoors, where you can feel a deep connection with your environment.
While Rusty White Magic Mushrooms are not difficult to cultivate, it requires stable and optimal conditions, such as a recommended temperature of 22-24ºC and a humidity level between 60-80%. Overall, this variety of magic mushrooms is a stunning addition to any collection and cultivation experience.
How To Grow Rusty Whyte Magic Mushrooms
This sub-variety of mushrooms is not the easiest to cultivate and may be challenging for new growers. Although there are several methods for growing rusty whyte mushroom effects, the most beginner-friendly way is to use an all-in-one bag, such as the one offered on trippyplug.com, and fruit directly from the bag.
If you prefer a more hands-on experience, we suggest using a grow-chamber setup with grain spawn and a manure-based substrate. A tin container is an excellent choice for this setup. Read our full post to learn more about growing mushrooms using tin containers. Here’s a quick summary:
- Inoculate the grain bag with 3-5cc of Rusty Whyte liquid culture or spores via a spore syringe.
- Store the inoculated grain bag in dry land for colonization while maintaining a substrate temperature of 84-86 degrees F.
- Once fully colonized, begin layering the substrate and colonized grain, starting and ending with a substrate layer.
- Prepare the lid by adding fresh air holes and covering it with micro-pore tape.
- Replace the lid and place the tin into the fruiting situation. Reduce the ambient temperatures to lower the substrate temperatures to 74-78 degrees F.
- Mist the inside of the chamber lid as needed.
- Harvest the mushrooms.