Sterilize your plastic storage container by washing it with hot water and soap. Rinse thoroughly and let it dry completely.
Place a layer of perlite at the bottom of the container. Perlite is a natural volcanic mineral that helps maintain humidity levels.
Add water to the perlite until it’s moist but not soaking wet.
Place the digital thermometer and hygrometer in the container. The thermometer will measure the temperature, while the hygrometer will measure the humidity levels.
Place the heating pad under the container, making sure it covers at least 1/3 of the surface area.
Connect the heating pad to the thermometer controller. This will allow you to control the temperature of the mushroom incubator.
Set the temperature on the thermometer controller to 23-25°C (73-77°F), which is the ideal temperature for magic mushroom growth.
Place the lid on the container and make sure it’s sealed tightly.
Make sure the container is placed in a room with a consistent temperature, away from direct sunlight or drafts.
Check the temperature and humidity levels regularly and adjust the settings if necessary.
Keep the incubator away from pets and children.
Remember to sterilize your equipment and follow proper mushroom cultivation techniques to avoid contamination.
By following these steps, you’ll be able to create an incubator for magic mushrooms that will provide the ideal growing conditions for your fungi. With patience and care, you’ll be able to grow your own magic mushrooms and enjoy their unique properties.