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What are Liquid Cultures?

Liquid Cultures are a type of mushroom culture that is grown in a liquid medium. This method of mushroom study is becoming increasingly popular as it allows for a more consistent and controlled environment for the mushroom mycelium to thrive. With liquid cultures, the mushroom mycelium is suspended in a sterile nutrient-rich liquid that it feeds off of. The liquid cultures are then used to inoculate agar, which will then provide microscope ready mycelium. Liquid cultures provide a fast and reliable way of studying mushroom mycelium with minimal effort.

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