How to Grow Albino Burma Mushrooms Albino Burma is surprisingly easy to grow. Most Southeast Asian Psilocybe cubensis strains are resistant to mold, colonize quickly, and can grow in unoptimized environments, making inoculation, incubation, and fruiting incredibly simple.
There’s little information on substrate preferences for Albino Burma, but we can assume it does well on rye grain or wild bird seed, as the original strain does.
Being a Southeast Asian strain, it will likely do well in a warm and humid environment. For the best results, keep the fruiting chamber between 73 and 82 degrees Fahrenheit (23 and 28 degrees Celsius). Control the humidity with a misting bottle.
The easiest way to grow Albino Burma is by using a technique called PF-Tek. This method will produce great results if it’s performed correctly. It’s a good cultivation technique for beginners because keeping everything sterile during inoculation and incubation is relatively easy.
Growing magic mushrooms with the PF-Tek method requires very few pieces of equipment. You can buy everything you need from hardware stores and garden centers. The technique involves filling jars with substrate and inoculating them using a spore syringe. These jars incubate for two to three weeks until mycelium forms.
The mycelium cakes are removed and placed in a fruiting chamber on top of a layer of vermiculite or substrate. The cakes will then begin producing mushrooms that can be harvested as they mature.
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White Rabbit (WR)
White Rabbit was developed by a group of Dutch cultivators in Holland and is a hybridization of Albino Penis Envy and Moby Dick — two notoriously potent strains.
White Rabbit is easy to grow thanks to its resilience to contaminants, aggressive colonization, and ability to thrive in unoptimized conditions. It’s the perfect choice for the amateur cultivator looking for a high-potency albino strain to add to their collection.
Many claim that White Rabbit is the most potent strain of Psilocybe cubensis out there. We don’t have figures to back this up, but we could see it taking on the likes of Tidal Wave in terms of psychedelic effects.
2. Albino A+ (AA+)
Albino A+ is an isolated albino mutation of the original A-Strain (also known as A+). Although not a true albino, these fruits are entirely white.
Albino A+ is identical to the original A-strain in terms of looks, cap size, and potency, but the fruits are entirely white. It also retains the same heavy spore production that the A-Strain is famous for. These spores are purple-black and easy to collect, making them ideal for people who want to harvest spores for future grows or mycology.
You can grow this strain with little knowledge, experience, or equipment.
3. Yeti Strain (YETI)
The Yeti Strain was developed by the infamous mycologist and frequent Shroomery member “Jik Fibs.” It’s a genetic isolation of the previously popular True Albino Teacher strain. It shares several qualities with Golden Teacher but produces pure white caps.
Like Golden Teacher, the Yeti Strain is easy to cultivate. It’s resistant to contamination, quick to colonize, and can produce several dense flushes before succumbing to mold. Potency is above average, and the resulting mushrooms are stunning to look at.
This is a fun option for the beginner who wants to dabble with a set of albino genetics.