A spore syringe represents a way to collect and store magic mushroom spores, that can be used later. It is often used by mushroom growers and mycology enthusiasts to preserve certain types of mushrooms. However, over time, the spores in the spore syringe may lose their viability and become less effective, but there are ways to maximize their efficiency.
First, you should know that the quality of the spores will affect how long the syringe will remain viable. Some spores are more robust than others and can survive longer.
The storage conditions of spore syringes represent another factor to take into account. They must be stored in a cool, dark place. If the syringe is left in a warm or damp environment, the spores will germinate and become non-viable and even illegal, if we are talking about magic mushroom spores.
Finally, yet importantly, using a spore syringe to inoculate a non-sterile substrate can contaminate it.
If you manage to avoid these issues, you should be able to maximize the efficiency of your mushroom spore syringes.
In general, it is recommended to replace a syringe every 8-12 months, to ensure that you have a supply of viable spores. However, if are growing a particular type of mushroom, which is rare and hard to find, you should do your best to store the spore syringes for a long period of time. Find economical pricing for bulk mushroom spores properly stored at Hidden Forest Mushroom Spores.