"In March 2014 spores swiped from AA+ and CRS are put on a plate together and the resulting culture took me on a journey that Mendel himself might have enjoyed. Learning so much over the course of this mission it's been a humbling experience. So with extreme pleasure I would like to present the RustyWhyte cubensis genetics into the community""Throughout the course of this journey there have been a few people who have stood by me and watched this whole thing unfold. This was to be my gift to the community but I can't give it to all of you. It needs to grow. I have distributed prints to certain members of this community who I believe contribute immensely, they grow this hobby. There are also a few people who are quiet members here on the shroomery but who I believe are good contributing people to the OMC and science in general. They too have been invited to participate in this grow along. I want to stress that no one has been deliberately excluded, I chose based on a fair bit of criteria and in the hope that soon no one who wants one will be lacking the means to obtain a print in the future " Quote from PastyWhyte on June 6th 2018
PatsyWhyte is a pillar in the mushroom community. His name is recognized throughout the internet for good reason. Not only has he spent countless hours studying and contributing to the myco-c0mmunity but he has been the first since Workman to cross a cubensis and stabilize it.
Rustywhyte is the first white mushroom with red spores that was available when it was released.
This variety is known to have higher than average potency an extremely beautiful cubensis indeed to be remembered for generations!