Want to start growing flavorful fungi but intimidated by the process? Don’t be—you probably already have what you need to grow mushrooms on compost.
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Weedy trees? Steep slopes? Mismanaged forests? Kentucky innovators work with natural systems to find beneficial outcomes in these problems.
With the right production system, a farmer can grow many hundreds of pounds of oyster mushrooms per year in a relatively small indoor space. Here’s how it works.
A search in the forest for chantereIles leaves us without mushrooms to eat but with many beautiful varieties and a good thought to ponder.
Getting started in mushroom cultivation means finding the mushrooms that grow best on your farm. Here are tips on location, growing medium and types to consider.
Environmental factors, contamination and plain bad luck are among the things that make mushrooms fail. Here are ways to determine the source of the problem.
The market for mushrooms is expanding, and consumers are becoming more educated. Here’s how you can enter the business of growing fungi.
Whether you are student or teacher, knowing a place and observing the changes over time provides invaluable insights into foraging for wild mushrooms.