Panellus stipticus LUMINESCENT FUNGI (2 dowels)


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Panellus stipticus, also called bioluminescent mushroom, is one of the strangest and most unusual mushrooms that can exist, along with Omphalotus nidiformis.
This mushroom has the particularity of being bioluminescent or phosphorescent (which glows at night).
It is non-toxic, but also inedible.

In nature, this bioluminescent mushroom grows on dead logs.
In indoor cultivation, Panellus stipticus can be grown on pieces of wood.

You can grow your bioluminescent mushrooms directly on the mycelium pegs (skip to step 6) or colonize a bioluminescent mushroom wood log.

  • To start: Sterilize a piece of dead but not dry wood 15 to 20 cm long and 2 to 3 cm wide. (choose a hardwood and if possible a water wood such as willow, poplar, etc.)
  • Once done, drill 2 holes right through with an 8 millimeter diameter drill bit.
  • Incorporate your bioluminescent mushroom dowels.
  • For perfect sterility, you can cover the ankle with beeswax.
  • Leave this piece of wood in a sterile jar with a small hole in the lid for 2 to 3 months away from light.
  • After 2 months, take your jar again, place a little moss at the bottom of the piece of wood, moisten well without getting soggy and place the jar in a very bright place.

The bioluminescent mushrooms will begin to grow a few weeks later.

  • Grow this mushroom at room temperature (15/25°c)
  • Water the log once every two months (as soon as the growing medium seems dry)
  • Place your culture in a bright location but never in direct sunlight.
  • To have greater development, scarify the piece of wood every 3 months.

The phosphorescent fungus generally lives for two to three years, depending on the size of your branch.

Mycelium and mushroom spores to come and discover.


A perfect mushrooms' spawn

The mushrooms are growing everywhere around the wood and I'm really happy about this



Peut on les faires reproduire afin davoir des descendance en fin de cycle?

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Question !?

Bonjour !
Je me questionne sur l'espèce de bois favorable au bon développement du mycélium !? Y-en-a-t-il à privilégier ?
Comment stériliser le bois et doit-il être humide lors de l'insertion des chevilles ?
Merci !!

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Champignon vraiment surprenant

Ce champignon est naturellement phosphorescent.
On le retrouve parfois à l'état sauvage dans les forêts alpines.
Vous souhaitez découvrir l'originalité la voici.

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Panellus stipticus LUMINESCENT FUNGI (2 dowels)

Panellus stipticus LUMINESCENT FUNGI (2 dowels)


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