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How to keep a mushroom kit going.

Growing your own mushrooms is very different from growing vegetables. Mushrooms are fungi and don’t contain chlorophyll, which means they depend on other plant material called substrate to get their nutrients. The substrate, or mushroom food, might be hardwood logs, sterilized compost, straw, or crushed wood chips. Along with a substrate, home growers need spawn. Spawn is sterilized fungi mycelia that are then introduced onto the substrate.

All you need to do is submerge the mushroom block in water for 5 hours to make sure it absorbs plenty of moisture. Then, place the wet block in an area that is well lit but not directly in the sun. Mist the block with water 1-2 times per day to keep it moist. Within four days, you will see tiny mushrooms beginning to form. Over the course of the next five days, the mushrooms will mature and be ready for picking. The best thing about growing your own mushrooms using a kit is the fact that they can be grown anywhere and are especially great for those with little to no outdoor space for growing much of anything. Growing mushrooms this way takes little space. In fact, it can be done inside on a kitchen counter or shelf. You can also grow your mushrooms at any time of the year.

Buy a mushroom kit online from Biobritte. You can buy all types of mushroom products from the Biobritte cart.

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