New Wave


The legal market is estimated to be worth



Owning cultivation and processing facilities is a critical part of our complete Spore-To-Store strategy


New Wave owns two active farms for mushroom cultivation in Jamaica, which include on-site processing facilities producing

  • Truffles
  • Grow kits
  • Capsules
  • Mushrooms
  • Neuro Botanicals
  • Edibles

Growth Strategy

  • New product development
  • Acquisition/building additional cultivation facilities
  • White label supply to growing market
  • International export to Brazil and the Netherlands (currently the two largest legal recreational markets.)

Farmland, Cultivation & Production Facilities

New Wave will operate two facilities in Jamaica for cultivation and processing of psychedelic and mushrooms:

High Grade Farms

Five Acre property


Seventeen Acre property

Our Cultivation Process


  • The introduction of the cubensis to a sterile substrate, either by using spores or with living mycelium from an existing colony
  • It is critical that this is done in a sterile environment, contaminants are most likely to cause issues during this phase
  • Typically, if spores are being used, a syringe filled with a spore solution is injected into the subsrate in multiple places to expedite colonization


  • The spores/mycelium grow and spread throughout the entire substrate, clonizing it
  • Temperature should be kept at about 24-27°C
  • Mycelium should not be exposed to light during this phase
  • Colonizing can take 2-5 weeks depending on the subsrate, environment, and volume


  • The mucelium is induced to produce fruiting bodies (mushrooms), to create spores and continue its life cycle
  • Mycelium should receive ambient light. Ventilation is very important, the cubensis needs oxygen and produces CO2
  • Humidity should be kept as high as possible for Mushrooms to grow to maturity, and are usually ready to harvest in 2-4 weeks


  • Mushrooms are ready for harvest with peak psilocybin content just as they reach the point in which the veil begins to break
  • The psilocybin content begins to decrease once the mushroom releases its spores, this appears as black stains on mushrooms
  • Mycelium can also be rehydrated after harvest and may produce 2-3 batches of mushrooms

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