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How to Grow Oyster Mushrooms (Low Tech)
Sorry I can't help you much here, it really depends on the country where you live. Have a look on the web for others growing in your area, perhaps a forum and ask there.
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Hi there... Regarding lighting, I have never grown in artificial light but I would recommend 12hrs on 12 hrs off, much like nature provides. Hope you have great success!
I'm a beginner and need stuffs to start growing different kind of oyster mushrooms in my room this winter, as a practice. Who do I contact or where shall I shop wheat straw, mycelium, spawn, etc.?
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Hi Rocketsurgery,I am starting an oyster mushroom farm in the Philippines with 20k fruiting bags, im pretty sure everything is ok but i'm a little bit lost when it comes to lighting. During the night what is the lighting requirements for oyster mushrooms?
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Another way to increase oxygen to the mushrooms is to leave the substrate in the growing bags but make 2cm x-cuts at intervals around the bag. This will promote pinning in those areas and improve yeild consistancy.
Another way to increase oxygen to the mushrooms is to leave them in the growing bags but make 2cm cross cuts at intervals around the bag. This will promote pinning in those areas.
Ink Caps or also known as shaggy manes are edible within the first 4-5 hours of growth after that they produce a drug that is actually given to alcoholics to make them vomit when alcohol is consumed. So if you get them fresh n tightly closed to the stem they are delicious , otherwise stay away.
Hello everyone, I am looking for some advise on setting up a 1500 sq ft warehouse as an indoor oyster mushroom farm. any one available for a consultation on doing this the cheapest way possible????Thank You
Sounds great... if you remember post some pictures.
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Ineffective straw sterilisation can allow other fungi and moulds to grow in the substrate leading to contamination. If you are noticing sprouting grass from your substrate look out for unusual varieties of fungi. Although I wouldn't recommend eating them, ink caps can actually be eaten, but like their colloquial name (tippler's bane) suggests, they react with alcohol giving you a 4-5 day hangover.
Ineffective straw sterilisation can allow other fungi and moulds to grow in the substrate leading to contamination. If you are noticing sprouting grass from your substrate look out for unusual varieties of fungi. Although I would recommend to eating them, ink caps can actually be eaten, but like their colloquial name (tippler's bane) suggests, they react with alcohol giving you a 4-5 day hangover.
there is a chance to get appear venom or toxic mushrooms?. I see the 'ink cap' mushrooms in your pictures. Are they not the mushroom oyster?, how this mushrooms apperars there (the ink cap)
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Oyster mushrooms can actually grow in salt water. In a trial testing the ability of oyster mushroom mycelia to break down hydrocarbons, Paul Stamets (world-renowned expert in mushrooms and other fungi) noted that oyster mushrooms grew at a rate of 75% in salt water. So, it appears that it shouldn't be too detrimental to use your water with a slightly higher salinity.
If the water is little salty but ironless do it hamper anyhow for oyster cultivation?
Thanks for your attractive hammock wall mount... it's just brilliant! I know how difficult it is to find suitable wall mounting hardware, as I have recently mounted an indoor hammock myself. In the end I used a gate hinge fitting with coach bolts going entirely through the block wall. I then attached a chunky D shackle to connect a carabiner to, making it easy to pack away (into a wall cupboard at one end). Anyway, great job and thanks for sharing!
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