TREASURE COAST MUSHROOMS
Where does the Treasure Coast name come from?
Sunny beaches, adventures, and legends: This strain is named after the Treasure Coast in South Florida, a beautiful and mysterious region on the East coast of the U.S.
Reportedly named by a man named ‘Mr. G’ who later became an infamous mycologist in the underground shroom scene.
The location was named around the 20th century, shortly after explorers started to discover hidden Spanish treasure and century-old shipwrecks there.
The Mushroom was allegedly found growing in bovine dung patches. But like with most origin stories, this one should be enjoyed with a pinch of salt.
Treasure coast mushroom fruiting
Treasure Coast is a very prolific fruiter and can occasionally spin off albino, or near albino. Once grown, it will show its thick, white stems and beige caps. These caps can potentially grow with white discolorations. While this strain is an already potent Mushroom, its potential white parts are the most potent.
Treasure coast growing conditions
Treasure Coast is very easy to cultivate but needs a patient grower. It can take up to 18 days to colonize but holds very high yield potential.
Like a typical Floridian, this strain needs toasty temperatures to fruit. Keep it at around 23 °C – 30 °C and it will not disappoint!
Treasure coast cubensis users have reported a slightly stronger start, with a calmer and more visually heavy experience.
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