Magic mushroom grow kits: difference between the GO-kit and the X-kit

In our webshop we sell many different grow kits, the X kit and the GO kit are both smaller grow kits, however they are still a bit different. 
Both grow kits are already incubated and contain mycelium and from there psilocybe cubensis shrooms will grow. You can buy the growkits in many sub species like McKennai, Mexican, Golden Teacher, Equadorian, Thai, Cambodian, B+ and Mazapatec.

X magic mushroom kit:

The X kit is being produced the same as our OHM kit and is round of shape, the mycelium is full grown however not totally tight in the plastic bag.
Here below you can check out the exact specifics:
🌸 Harvest Yield: up to 160 Gram
📏 Volume: 250 ml.: .
👽 Strength & Visuals: varies per species
Stock Temperature: 4 Celsius⏳
Shelf Life: 2 Months, in the fridge, when unopened
Grow Temperature: 15 – 30 Celsius⏳
Grow to Harvest: 10 – 25 Days〰️
Heating Mat: No (never needed)
This kit normally harvest more then the GO kit, however we can never guarantee a minimum harvest.

GO magic mushroom kit:

The GO kit is being produced the same as our MAX kit and is rectangular of shape, the mycelium is full grown and real tight in the box, the cake is also
already more humid from the beginning and does not need watering for the first flush.
🌸 Harvest Yield: up to 150 Gram
📏 Volume: 600 ml.: .
👽 Strength & Visuals: varies per species?️
Stock Temperature: 4 Celsius⏳
Shelf Life: 2 Months, in the fridge, when unopened?️
Grow Temperature: 21 – 35 Celsius⏳
Grow to Harvest: 10 – 25 Days〰️
​Heating Mat: Yes (when below 23 Celsius)

Growing magic mushrooms

Both kits have a different growing tutorial, the tutorials can be found here, please do scroll to the correct tutorial and read carefully,
feel free to always email us here: info@wholecelium.com when you have any more questions.
Some people consider the X kit ( and our OHM kits ) easier and faster to grow. Mostly in both kits you see shroom pins within 10 days,
however it can also take up to 3 weeks, it really depends on your growing conditions at home.What is your favorite, let us know in the comments below!

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