About Matias Romero Mushrooms

This strain is named after the Mexican village Matias Romero where it was collected. It produces, some smaller, but fat stemmed mushrooms that usualy form in clusters. This strain profits a lot from cold-shocking. The veil for the most part breaks cleanly away from the cap and caps leave heavy spore deposits.

Lots of pins and lots of aborts. But with proper moisture content and humidity many (but not all) aborts can be avoided. This strain loves water but don't go drowning it! Fat meaty stems particularly at the base of the stem and great yields. This strain is named after the Mexican village Matias Romero where it was collected. It produces, some smaller, but fat stemmed mushrooms that usually form in clusters. This strain profits a lot from cold-shocking. The veil for the most part breaks cleanly away from the cap and caps leave heavy spore deposits
by Mushly February 22, 2024
This classic cubensis strain has a fascinating history in home cultivation. It is named after the Mexican village ‘Matias Romero’, where it was collected for the first time by famous American doctor and mycologist Stephen Pollock, also known as Professor Fanaticus, the creator of the PF Tek. He most likely created the Matias Romero spores from the classic mushroom strain ‘PF Classic’. The Matias Romero certainly shows characteristics of the PF Classic. In comparison to other psilocybe cubensis strains, it almost automatically starts to fruit. Although it is not a very big mushroom, they can become really plump.
by Mushly February 22, 2024