- Lion's Mane Plate Cultures | Commercial
Lion's Mane Plate Cultures | Commercial
'Lion's Brain' Hericium erinaceus NSHE1: Commercial strain. Very productive Lion's Mane culture forming dense pom pom fruit-bodies. Fruits best in cooler temperatures, 1/2-1 lb yield on first flush off of 5 lb supplemented sawdust with consistent subsequent fruitings over several months.
Hericium erinaceus NSHE2: A commercial strain from Washington, with similar fruiting conditions as our HE1 and HE3.
'Tree Beard' Hericium erinaceus NSHE3: A showy strain of Lion's Mane that produces commercially viable flushes of less uniformed fruiting bodies adding variation to your Lion's Mane boxes.
'Comb Tooth' Hericium corralloides NSHC2: A commercially productive strain of Comb Tooth from Mossy Creek in Tennessee. Unlike the dense 'pom poms' of Hericium erinaceus, Hericium corraloides produces large, coral-like fruiting bodies with branching spines.
Hericium americanum NSHA1: Americanum is also known as Bear's Head, to continue the animal-naming convention (Hericium means 'hedgehog'). It features longer, icicle-like spines but resembles erinaceus when young. Often found on hardwoods but sometimes on conifers. This strain comes from the Pacific Northwest.
Hericium americanum NSHA2: From a culture collection; unknown fruiting conditions.
Hericium americanum NSHA3: From a culture collection; unknown fruiting conditions.
Hericium americanum NSHA4: Cultured from a wild specimen of Hericium americanum in Maine.
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I've gotten a few (5 or 6) various cultures from NS now, replacing my current strains. Their quality is perfect! I've bought from many other places over the years, especially problematic are the big name companies. I definitely recommend NS!