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Growing Tips

Another great video that talks about setting up your mushroom farm. Some of the steps you should take. When starting a farm you want to make sure you are following a path of success that is proven.

That is what these many shared videos, guides, and posts are all about. How to start a mushroom farm the right way, thus saving money, and avoiding costly mistakes.

This video is from our friends at Earth Angel Farms.

If you need the best substrate for your own grow bags like those shown in this video you can find it here on our site.

More Thoughts on Growing Mushrooms

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Know Your Substrate

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Troubleshooting Mushroom Farm Issues

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Harvesting your mushroom crop

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Opening your incubated mushroom bag

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Incubation of your grow bags

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Inoculating your grow bags

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Sterilizing your mushroom grow bags

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