Psilocybe cyanescens ballardContent: 500 ml spawn for mycorestauration
Mycorestoration use against:
Presistent Organophosphates - in agriculture, they are used in fertilizers and as insecticides and by the Military as nerve agents. This substances are also component of flame retardants, softener, adhesives and for petroleum products as additive.
Nitrate - in most cases of excess nitrate concentrations in ecological systems, the primary source is from agricultural or landscaped areas which have received excess nitrate fertilizer.
Dimethyl methylphosphonat (DMMP) - main use in chemical weapons - i.e. VX, Soman or Sarin; nerve agents, that disrupt the mechanism by which nerves transfer messages to organs. The disruption is caused by blocking acetylcholinesterase, an enzyme that normally relaxes the activity of acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter. Poisoning by a nerve agent leads to contraction of pupils, profuse salivation, convulsions, involuntary urination and defecation, and in most cases death by asphyxiation as control is lost over respiratory muscles.
Mushrooms use strong enymes to decompose primary structural components of wood (lignin and cellulose). The same enzymes can be used to absorb and neutralise heavy metals and toxins, and removing them permanently.
Mycelium (spawn) of a convenient mushroom species is distributed over the contaminated area. Mix the spawn with fresh basic material (i.e. wood chips) and cover the source of toxication extensive. Same procedure as Laying of a mushroom bed.
While the mushroom mycelium grows all over the contaminated soil, toxins are absorbed or decomposed. The mushoom will accumulate this toxins in the fruiting bodies. Therefor please dispose them after harvest. This is the way how you get your garden clear of toxins and heavy metal!
Product safety information:
The fruitbodies of this species are not for human and animal consumption! Toxicity: poisonous. For delivery in some countries you will need an extra import permit: California, Russia, Switzerland and others. Please note the regulations in your area before placing an order.