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Daniel Tura

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Hi, I'm interestead in sustainable living, mushrooms, herbs, nutrition, medicine. You're welcome to talk to me.
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They are easy to grow indoors as well -would suggest to try hardwoods (oak, poplar, beech, etc). Works best with grain spawn (not liquid inoculum)
1 year ago
You could try milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) if you live in an area with hot weather
1 year ago
Try to grow something simple like oysters first then later when you gain some experience try portobellos
1 year ago
Yes, they are stinkhorn mushrooms !
1 year ago
IF you go for fungi, make sure you pick pine loving mushrooms (oysters will do: especially blue oyster, and phoenix)
1 year ago
They might fruit depending on the strain (some strains fruit some others not)
1 year ago
Eukalyptus is not the best substrate for growing mushrooms. Avoid growing chicken of the woods on it
2 years ago
Take a mycology class and you'll get proper guidance. When you score the internet for it you'll find a bunch of voices telling you what you should do. One specialist that knows how to guide you is what you need. I'm an instructor in mycology and I have online classes about how to propagate mycelium, how to make spawn and such. Let me know if you're interested
2 years ago