- Chaga Plate Cultures | Commercial
Chaga Plate Cultures | Commercial
|Culture format||Agar plate|
|Shelf life||6 months (refrigerated)|
Plate cultures are ideal for growers looking to make master bags, inoculate grain, make liquid culture, or make more plates.
Our chaga plates are made to order in our in-house lab using medical-grade petri dishes. If properly stored upon arrival, they have a shelf life of approximately 6 months. Chaga plates should be stored in the refrigerator to maintain viability. Note that mycelium cultures require basic lab skills. Handle using sterile technique to prevent contamination.
For complete descriptions of available chaga strains, click on the names below.
Inonnotus obliquus. Cultured from wild sclerotia in Maine. Chaga is an ancient medicinal fungus found primarily on birch in Siberia and Northern America, particularly in Maine in the US. Traditionally ground up and brewed into tea.