Growing Tips

10 Reasons to get into the mushroom growing business:

1. They are in demand
2. Offer a proven niche
3. Can demand high prices for great mushrooms
4. Are great for the environment
5. They can be grown almost anywhere
6. The startup cost can be very low.
7. You can get started for less than $1,000
8. Marketing can be done cheaply and scale and grow with your new
business
9. You can use Social Media Marketing to grow fast
10. The Mushroom Growing Business rewards locally grown
suppliers.

Also, the many benefits of mushrooms profile tremendous value for your customers.

Benefits of Mushrooms:
1. Mushrooms are Healthy – Most varieties are high in vitamin D
and contain main other powerful nutrients.
2. Mushrooms are being studied for cancer research – Recent
studies have started into the possible links between mushroom
consumption and lower risks for certain cancers.
3. Mushrooms can boost other plant growth – Since mushrooms
produce carbon dioxide as they grow they are being used to boost
the growth of other plants in greenhouses around the World.
4. They offer a higher dollar value per pound than most other
vegetables that can be grown in micro-farms.
5. Are great to be grown on rack systems – Saving space and getting
the most out of your available space. Rack systems allow some
small growers to earn a substantial income from a single grow
room.

Mushroom Growing Timelapse

This timelapse video of mushrooms growing in a tub seems peaceful and fun. If you want to learn more about growing your own mushrooms you can download 2 free ebooks here. You can also learn more with the content on this blog and from following our free business group...

Liquid Culture Lids for Jars

Discover how to make your own liquid culture lids for your jars. These are great for making your own liquid culture. As shared in the video even a small jar can help you transform 1 LC syringe into 40. If you want to innoculate your own grain spawn LC is the way to...

Behind the scenes at Southwest Mushrooms

Above is a fun video that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at some of Mike's marketing efforts. He is making his business available, and visible sharing with others his passion for mushrooms. Mike has been interviewed by PBS, and even several well known regional...

Mushroom Varieties

Varieties of Mushrooms   Here are some of the many varieties of mushrooms to consider for your cultivation. There are many more but these are common varieties that our customers are actively growing now.   OYSTER (Pleurotus ostreatus) Ease of cultivation:...

The Mushroom Growth Process

Here you can see the mushroom growth process. Starting as spores then growing through several phases. Each one of these phases of the growth process have steps you have to take as a mushroom grower. For every step of the growth process you will have steps you learn to...

Increase Your Mushroom Yield

Increasing Your Mushroom Grow Yield   Getting the most from your growing process is hard. It requires that you get better and better at many things. Since we are not experts in this field we want to focus on helping you think through your growing plans as a...

Growing Mushrooms for fun or profit.

Growing mushrooms for fun and profit. Many people are interested in growing mushrooms once they try fresh gourmet mushrooms for the first time. When you bite into a mushroom not knowing what to expect, then it tastes like lobster or some other one of your favorite...

Organic Soy Hulls in Stock

Organic Soy Hulls now in stock! We just completed an order from our top supplier for 20 tons of soy hulls. These are certified organic soy hulls. So if you have an organic mushroom farm you will want to jump on your part of this supply. The cost is $650 plus shipping...

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