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More Thoughts on Growing Mushrooms

Growing Tips HOW TO GROW MUSHROOMS  Anyone who has a good cellar where an even temperature can be maintained can grow mushrooms for home use, but if they are to be raised in large quantities for market, an appropriate building must be given over to their exclusive...

Mushroom Pizza Recipe

Growing Tips White Sauce 2 Cheese Mushroom Pizza This is an amazing cheese pizza that has a great Mushroom taste. If you have a Ooni Wood Fired Pizza Grill you can do the pre work in about 15 minutes and cook this amazing Pizza in about 2 minutes time. If you are...

Know Your Substrate

Growing Tips All of these varieties of mushroom love oak sawdust that is supplemented. We recommend the soy hull supplementation for the best result. Shiitake, Lion’s Mane, Oyster, Phoenix Oyster, Pioppini, Reishi, Chicken of the Woods, Maitake, Nameko. Know...

Troubleshooting Mushroom Farm Issues

Growing Tips TROUBLE SHOOTING “Preventing is better than solving the problems” Or a penny of prevention is better than a pound of cure. If your Mycelium fails to form. I can me the following things. Improper initiation strategy. Consult parameter of growth. Alter...

Harvesting your mushroom crop

Growing Tips HARVESTING Look for mature mushrooms. Mushrooms are ready to be picked 2 – 3 days after they first appear. Pick mushrooms gently by grasping stalk and pulling out slowly. Note: Mushrooms must be harvested at the most appropriate time. If too small,...

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...
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