MycoLabs - Petri dish
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21years of experience

Mushroom mycelium medicinal and exoticfor professionals

  • Ganoderma lucidum
  • Hericium erinaceus
  • Pleurotus eryngii
  • Pleurotus citrinopileatus

Products

All of our products are of the highest quality and freshness.
At each stage of production our mycelium is rigorously checked and selected.

  • Mother cultures | MycoLabs

    Mother cultures

    on Petri dish


    Strain list
  • Mother spawn | MycoLabs

    Spawn

    on grain or sawdust


    Strain list
  • Mushroom plug spawn | MycoLabs

    Plug spawn

    dowels overgrown with mycelium


    More about plugs
  • Mushroom logs | MycoLabs
    New

    MycoLogs

    incubated, ready to fruit logs


    size: ~ Ø10-30cm x 40-120cm
    available: Shiitake, Oysters *

Packing

We pack all products in bags with a microfilter, then place them in a one cohesive package and send them via courier.

  • Mother cultures on Petri dishes | MycoLabs

    Mother cultures

    Petri dish

    diameter: 90mm
    height: 14,2mm
    material: polistyren, PS

  • Mother spawn in bags | MycoLabs

    Spawn

    Bag with microfilter

    volume: 5000ml *
    material: polipropylen, PP

  • Plud spawn in bags | MycoLabs

    Plug spawn

    Bag with microfilter

    quantity: 30, 500, 1000, 2000 *
    material: polipropylen, PP

* for larger orders, it is possible to adapt the packaging to customer requirements.

Strain list

Our constantly growing collection also includes varieties dedicated to specific substrates, seasons and growing conditions.

If you have any questions, we will be happy to answer you. Write to us:

info@mycolabs.pl
Group A
  • ML2000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Oyster var. winter (Pleurotus ostreatus)

    Oyster var. winter

    Pleurotus ostreatus
  • ML2001
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    New
    Oyster var. summer (Pleurotus ostreatus)

    Oyster var. summer

    Pleurotus ostreatus
  • ML2100
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Italian Oyster (Pleurotus pulmonarius)

    Italian Oyster PHOENIX

    Pleurotus pulmonarius
  • ML2200
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Golden Oyster (Pleurotus citrinopileatus)

    Golden Oyster

    Pleurotus citrinopileatus
  • ML2300
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Pink Oyster (Pleurotus djamor)

    Pink Oyster

    Pleurotus djamor
  • ML2310
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    New
    Sakura Oyster (Pleurotus djamor)

    Sakura Oyster

    Pleurotus djamor
  • ML2400
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    King Oyster (Pleurotus eryngii)

    King Oyster ERYNGII

    Pleurotus eryngii
  • ML2410
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    New
    King Oyster (Pleurotus eryngii)

    King Oyster ERYNGII

    Pleurotus eryngii
Group B
  • ML1000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Shiitake (for logs) (Lentinula edodes)

    Shiitake (for logs) SHIITAKE

    Lentinula edodes

    The variety is characterized by intensive and aggressive growth in wood. The length of the incubation period depends on the type of wood and temperature. For soft hardwood, e.g. birch, the incubation period is 3 to 5 months under optimal thermal conditions. On hardwood, e.g. oak or beech, incubation lasts from 7 to even 12 months. After the wood is overgrown with mycelium, it is necessary to soak the logs in water to induce fruiting. It fruits very well in spring and autumn, when there are significant drops in temperature during the night.

    The variety produces very good quality fruiting bodies with a dark brown hat (they brighten at higher temperatures). The fruiting body caps are spherical-convex at first and then almost flat when fully mature. Harvest the fruiting bodies when the brim of the hat is still strongly bent downwards. Then the fruiting bodies are the tastiest. The variety is characterized by an intense aroma.

  • ML1200
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    New
    Shiitake (for blocks) (Lentinula edodes)

    Shiitake (for blocks) SHIITAKE

    Lentinula edodes

    The variety is characterized by fruiting bodies with large, round, fleshy and almost flat caps. The color and thickness of the hats depend on the fruiting temperature. At low temperatures, i.e. 14-15°C, it binds a lot of fruiting bodies and they are darker in color and have more fleshy and regular caps. It binds fruiting bodies less at a temperature of 18°C and higher. The period of growth of the sawdust substrate is usually 14-15 days at the temperature of 23-25°C with a dose of mycelium in the amount of 1-2% of the substrate mass.

    The period of maturation of the substrate and surface browning is 60-80 days at the temperature of 17-19°C. Air humidity during fruiting should be 90-95%, and the lighting intensity should not be less than 200 lx. The variety has a very impressive first flush. It is intended for fruiting in 2-3 flushes.

  • ML1500
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    New
    Shiitake (for blocks) (Lentinula edodes)

    Shiitake (for blocks) SHIITAKE

    Lentinula edodes

    The variety produces medium-sized fruiting bodies. The color of the round and convex hats is brown to light brown. It is characterized by very good quality. It abundantly binds the fruiting bodies, which are very uniform in size. The incubation period, along with the maturation of the medium from mycelium inoculation to its completion, is approximately 90 days.

    The best quality fruiting bodies are obtained at a temperature of 13-15°C. It is intended for harvesting in 3-4 flushes. It is characterized by a short interval between flushes. It tolerates soaking the substrate well after harvesting.

  • ML3000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Pioppino (Agrocybe aegerita)

    Pioppino PIOPPINO

    Agrocybe aegerita
  • ML3100
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Sheathed woodtuft (Kuechneromyces mutabilis)

    Sheathed woodtuft

    Kuechneromyces mutabilis
  • ML3200
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Nameko (Pholiota nameko)

    Nameko NAMEKO

    Pholiota nameko
  • ML3300
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Chestnut Mushroom (Pholiota adiposa)

    Chestnut Mushroom

    Pholiota adiposa
  • ML3400
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Conifer Tuft (Hypholoma capnoides)

    Conifer Tuft

    Hypholoma capnoides
  • ML3500
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Golden Enoki (Flammulina velutipes)

    Golden Enoki ENOKI

    Flammulina velutipes
  • ML3501
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    New
    White Enoki (Flammulina velutipes)

    White Enoki ENOKI

    Flammulina velutipes
  • ML3600
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Honey Fungus (Armillaria mellea)

    Honey Fungus

    Armillaria mellea
  • ML3700
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Elm Oyster (Hypsizygus ulmarius)

    Elm Oyster

    Hypsizygus ulmarius
  • ML3800
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    White Beech Mushroom (Hypsizygus marmoreus)

    White Beech Mushroom BUNA-SHIMEJI

    Hypsizygus marmoreus
  • ML3801
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Brown Beech Mushroom (Hypsizygus marmoreus)

    Brown Beech Mushroom BUNA-SHIMEJI

    Hypsizygus marmoreus
Group C
  • ML5000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Lion's Mane Mushroom (Hericium erinaceus)

    Lion's Mane Mushroom LION’S MANE

    Hericium erinaceus
  • ML5050
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    New
    Bear's Head Tooth Fungus (Hericium americanum)

    Bear's Head Tooth Fungus BEAR'S HEAD

    Hericium americanum
  • ML5100
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Coral Tooth Fungus (Hericium coralloides)

    Coral Tooth Fungus

    Hericium coralloides
  • ML5200
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Jew's Ear Mushroom (Auricularia auricula-judae)

    Jew's Ear Mushroom MUN

    Auricularia auricula-judae
  • ML5210
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Wood Ear Mushroom (Auricularia polytricha)

    Wood Ear Mushroom MUN

    Auricularia polytricha
  • ML5300
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Red Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)

    Red Reishi REISHI

    Ganoderma lucidum
  • ML5301
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Yellow Reishi (Ganoderma lucidum)

    Yellow Reishi REISHI

    Ganoderma lucidum
  • ML5302
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Lingzhi (Ganoderma lingzhi)

    Lingzhi REISHI

    Ganoderma lingzhi
  • ML5400
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Hen of the Woods (Grifola frondosa)

    Hen of the Woods MAITAKE

    Grifola frondosa
  • ML5410
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Umbrella polypore (Grifola umbellata)

    Umbrella polypore

    Grifola umbellata
  • ML5500
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    Tureky tail fungus (Trametes versicolor)

    Tureky tail fungus TURKEY TAIL

    Trametes versicolor
  • ML5900
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdustPlug spawn
    New
    Chaga (Inonotus obliquus)

    Chaga CHAGA

    Inonotus obliquus
Group D
  • ML4200
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    Almond Mushroom (Agaricus brasiliensis)

    Almond Mushroom

    Agaricus brasiliensis
  • ML4300
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera)

    Parasol Mushroom

    Macrolepiota procera
  • ML6000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    Wine Cap (Stropharia rugosoannulata)

    Wine Cap

    Stropharia rugosoannulata
  • ML6100
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    New
    Giant puffball (Calvatia gigantea)

    Giant puffball

    Calvatia gigantea
  • ML7000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    Cordyceps (Cordyceps militaris)

    Cordyceps

    Cordyceps militaris
  • ML8000
    Mother cultures (Petri dish)Spawn on grain or sawdust
    Morel (Morchella esculenta)

    Morel

    Morchella esculenta

Legend

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Working in spawn laboratory | MycoLabs

Laboratory

We have over 50 strains of various species of mushrooms and their varieties in our collection.

All strains are stored in a gene bank (liquid nitrogen), and their maintenance and multiplication are performed in sterile laboratory conditions.

Only the best strains of culture with dynamic growth and hyphae evenly covering the surface of the agar medium are selected for sale.

The microbial media on which the mycelium is produced is freshly produced. Each mother culture, sample of inoculum is checked and tested on several different media of varying composition.

  • In spawn laboratory | MycoLabs
  • Liquid nitrogen | MycoLabs
  • Mushroom spawn on Petri dish | MycoLabs
Aleksandra Jarczok | MycoLabs

My name is Aleksandra Jarczok and I am a mycologist. For almost twenty years, my work has been closely related to the production of mycelium of edible mushrooms.

I gained my experience in the family company SPYRA Laboratorium Grzybni, where, together with my father and brother, we mainly dealt with the commercial production of mycelium of mushrooms such as oyster mushroom and shiitake.

I am the owner and founder of MycoLabs. I started the company in order to develop my passion and expand my reaserch and experience with mycelium of exotic and medicinal mushrooms. All this is possible thanks to MycoLabs company.

I am a graduate of the University of Agriculture in Krakow and postgraduate studies at the University of Environmental and Life Sciences in Poznań majoring in production and cultivation of edible and medicinal mushrooms. I have participated in many domestic and foreign training sessions and courses relating to the above mentioned studies and subject matters as well. I am a member of the Polish Mycological Society, The Polish Copernicus Society of Naturalists and Hessian State Section for Mushroom Cultivation (HLP).

I would like to welcome you to do business with us.

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MSc. mycologist Aleksandra Jarczok