Stachybotrys Chartarum is a greenish-black fungus found worldwide.
This fungus colonizes particularly well in high-cellular material, such as straw, hay, paper, dust, lint, and cellulosecontaining building materials such as fiber board and gypsum board that become chronically moist or water damage due to excessive humidity, water leaks, condensation or flooding. It grows and produces spores in the temperature range of 2-40 °C. It is also capable of producing several toxins however, researchers still know little about the temperature and moisture conditions under which these toxins are produced.
Source: Health and Industry
Tested by: Kansas State University – Inactivation Rate 99+%