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You can Grow Mushrooms at Home

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You can Grow Mushrooms at Home




You can Grow Mushrooms at Home






“Discover How to Grow Delicious, Organic, Pesticide-Free Mushrooms at a Fraction of the Cost of Buying Them from Supermarkets”


This definitive guide to home mushroom prodution is over 155 pages plus videos of how to information.
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Here's a small sample of what you'll discover:
Over 155+ pages full of instructions and illustrations.
HD (High Definition) step-by-step instructional videos guiding you all the way.
How to create and maintain the proper environment for maximum growth.
Grow natural, great tasting mushrooms on your very first attempt.
Different methods to increase mushroom's moisture, potency and growth.
The Grain Method - from the start to harvesting your mushrooms.
The BRF Method - from the start to harvesting your mushrooms.
Making a Still Air Glove Box with cheap parts.
Incubation Chamber - How to build your own.
Fruiting Chamber - make your own in less than an hour.
Easy-to-use tools needed to grow mushrooms from the comforts of your home.
Harvesting your mushrooms the proper way.
All about Agar and sterilization.
And so much more!



Mushroom Growing Fun



As well as a great hobby Mushroom growing can make money for you, and is a great educational project for the kids







Mushroom Cultivation


Here's what one happy
person who Bought the Guide had to say:

"I harvested my first home-grown mushrooms today and I am so happy! I love eating mushrooms and have been thinking about trying to grow them for a while, but I always thought it was extremely hard and believed you needed specialized equipment. Then a few weeks ago I stumbled across your site and felt I should give it a try. I was amazed at how much your guide simplified things, and I got started right away. Today I can say that I'm a mushroom grower...thanks to you! I'm already thinking about scaling up and trying to turn this into a source of income. Wish me luck!"

--Daniel Bown
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Home Grown organic Mushrooms


By ANNE MARIE CHAKER

What do you get when you cross a science experiment with a love of home-grown food? A mound of mushrooms growing out of a turkey pan by the microwave.




That's the way it is at the Redmond, Wash., home of Paul Nghiem, a University of Washington cancer researcher who bought a $26 mushroom-growing kit online around Christmastime. Now, his two sons, ages 5 and 11, are obsessed with it. "The five year old was going nuts," Dr. Nghiem says. "Every day asking, 'Can we cut them? Can we cook them?'"



Following the instructions that came with the kit, Dr. Nghiem placed the block of sawdust in a pan and tented a plastic bag on top with chopsticks. Since then, with consistent watering, the Nghiems have grown several meals' worth of shiitakes. Dr. Nghiem says the boys can't get enough of the mushrooms. "I didn't get to eat any the other day," their dad complains. "They ate them all before I could get to the table."


More bang for the buck can be had growing mushrooms outdoors. Some kit retailers sell "plugs" of mushroom spawn, which growers can inject into logs or even tree stumps, a process otherwise known as "inoculating." The outdoor method takes more work than indoor kits: The grower drills holes in a log, then uses a hammer to whack a dowel plug into each hole. It may take a year or even two before any actual mushrooms appear; but once it occurs, fruiting could potentially continue—on and off—for a period of several years.

Fueling home-growers' enthusiasm is a favorable nutritional profile for the lowly fungus. Mushrooms are low in calories, rich in antioxidants—and they are a rare fresh fruit or vegetable naturally containing Vitamin D.



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