Opening your incubated mushroom bag

Growing Tips OPENING BAGS Clean around and inside the fruiting body house using a broom. Transfer mature spawn bags to the mushroom fruiting body house using a trolley (or prepare them for fruiting). Place bags on shelves. Open bags according to type 3.1 Oyster...

Incubation of your grow bags

Growing Tips INCUBATING BAGS Clean around and inside the incubation house using a broom. Always inspect for cleanliness before entering with new spawn bags. After inoculation, transfer substrate bags to mushroom incubation house. Place bags on shelves for incubation....

Inoculating your grow bags

Growing Tips INOCULATING BAGS WITH SORGHUM SEEDS Note: The inoculation room must be kept very clean and free of diseases to avoid contamination. Avoid sunshine from entering the area. Prepare materials: Alcohol lamp Sorghum coated with spawn Fire Square paper (5’’ x...

Sterilizing your mushroom grow bags

Growing Tips Sterilizing Your Bags There are many ways to sterilize your bags. For small operations (new farms) using a pressure cooker can help you sterilize several small bags at one time. At this time we are considering offering grow bags, and even possibly...

Preparing Mushroom Grow Bags

Growing Tips PRODUCING SUBSTRATE BAGS Prepare materials: Grow bags (polypropylene 7” x 12.5”) alt sizes may be used. The Bags should be grow bags that withstand heat, and have filters attached Oak Pellets Soy Hull Pellets Optional ingredients based on variety and...
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