The "Three Amigos" Garden
"For species successionism of friendly fungi
in the garden, we recommend using these three garden allies: in concert, the Garden Oyster (Hypsizygus ulmarius), the Garden Giant (Stropharia rugoso-annulata) and the Shaggy Mane (Coprinus comatus). They can be placed in the garden for the benefit of vegetables and for improving soil quality. And, gourmet mushrooms
flourish throughout the seasons to create the best of edible landscapes!"
Plug Spawn Kit
"We’ve assembled a selection of critical items for your outdoor log and stump cultivation projects, at a special price.
A 5⁄16” steel drill bit for use with our Mushroom Plug Spawn. Includes a stop-collar with an adjustable set screw to customize drilling depth.
A sturdy wood-handled mallet with a solid rubber head, perfect for tapping plugs into logs and stumps.
A pound of our soy-based Sealing Wax.
A 1" brush for applying wax."
MycoGrow™ Soluble--2x 1 oz
MycoGrow™ Soluble is similar to Plant Success™ Tabs but is more concentrated, containing more spores and more species, plus other beneficial organisms. Consisting of powdered spore mass rather than tablets, MycoGrow™ Soluble is great for adding to rooting media or commercial potting soils. Sold in one pound and one ounce increments. An ounce is sufficient to treat 125-250 plants covering approximately 250 square feet. - See more at: http://www.fungi.com/product-detail/product/mycogrow-soluble-1-oz.html#sthash.oNbDtZ6v.dpuf
Pearl Oyster Plug Spawn--Approx. 100 Plugs
Skill Level: 1/5
Fruiting Temperature: 55–75° F
Types: alder, maple, oak, aspen, poplar, beech, birch, elm
Pleurotus ostreatus is probably the most common edible mushroom found on hardwoods. Growing on alder, cottonwood, poplar, oak, birch, beech, aspen and many other hardwoods, our aggressive strain is renowned for its productivity. Hardwood logs and stumps can be used for inoculation; after incubating the logs may be partially buried, horizontally-oriented, to conserve water