Author - Bruce Wilson

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How To Pasteurize Mushroom Substrate | Plus Sterilization Tips
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How To Grow Mushrooms In Your Backyard
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Mushroom Benefits for Hair, Skin, and Overall Health and Wellbeing
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Growing Mushrooms on Sawdust
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How to Grow Chestnut Mushrooms at Home
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How to Build a Mushroom Fruiting Chamber
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Growing Mushrooms in Straw: A Quick How-To
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Mushroom Extract vs Powder
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How Much Spawn to Substrate? Find the Correct Ratio
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Growing Mushrooms From Grain Spawn

How To Pasteurize Mushroom Substrate | Plus Sterilization Tips

Besides choosing a substrate to use, deciding when is an appropriate time to either pasteurize or sterilize a material is another crucial part of learning to create fungi substrates. Some people have extremely elaborate mushroom growing setups, which include a negative-air-pressure cleaning room with expensive equipment. However, we found this makes the process much more[…]

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How To Grow Mushrooms In Your Backyard

If you love the umami flavor and the health benefits of mushrooms, you might wonder whether it is possible to grow edible mushrooms in your own back yard. The answer is yes, and there are a couple of simple ways you can learn how to grow mushrooms in your backyard.

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Mushroom Benefits for Hair, Skin, and Overall Health and Wellbeing

Mushrooms are the mainstay of cuisines across a number of cultures. A delicacy for some, a food staple for others, mushrooms provide benefits to the body as a superfood.Mushrooms are not just tasty, they are packed with nutrients such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and zinc. They are an excellent protein supplement for a vegans diet,[…]

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Growing Mushrooms on Sawdust

Growing mushrooms on supplementary sawdust derived from wheat sprouts is slightly more difficult than growing them on straw, but many species, like shiitake, Lions Mane, and Reishi, do far better in woody soils than in straw. Check out our write up on growing mushrooms on sawdust below, and read a brief description below.

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How to Grow Chestnut Mushrooms at Home

Welcome to our how-to-grow regarding chestnut mushrooms, in which we will delve deep into the details of growing fungi species, from a petri dish all the way up to a mushrooms fruiting body. Last week, we delved to the depths of the ocean to cover oyster mushrooms. This week, we are toasting chestnut mushrooms over[…]

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How to Build a Mushroom Fruiting Chamber

Steps to Build a Mushroom Fruiting Chamber Step 1: Decide The Design and Size of The Fruiting Chamber Before you begin building your mushroom fruiting chamber, first, you will have to decide on the dimensions and the mushroom fruiting chamber design. This will all depend on the scale of your operation and how many mushrooms[…]

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Growing Mushrooms in Straw: A Quick How-To

Growing mushrooms in straw is one of the easiest and most useful ways of growing food in your house. You can get started with a mushroom starter kit, or better yet, create your own mushroom logs and grow mushrooms in your own back yard.

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Mushroom Extract vs Powder

Adding a superfood, mushrooms, into your routine can help you reach your health and wellness goals. However, it is important to know about the different options out there when shopping for functional mushroom products when it comes to mushroom extract vs powder. This requires an understanding of a few key terms. While fungus powders and[…]

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How Much Spawn to Substrate? Find the Correct Ratio

Bulk substrates are lightly nutritious materials used in the production of large-scale mushrooms. Bulk substrates are typically used with pre-colonized granular grain spawn growth substrate. This spawn is then used to inoculate the bulk substrate. The recommended ratio of how much spawn to substrate is generally no less than 20% (1 part spawn to 4[…]

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Growing Mushrooms From Grain Spawn

Growing mushrooms starting with pre-made grain spawn is one of the easiest ways for beginners to take up mushroom growing. Growing mushrooms from grain spawn is slightly more involved than growing mushrooms from a grow kit that you can find online, but the results are absolutely worth the effort.

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