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Yowbarb

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Grow Oyster Mushrooms on coffee grounds and other info
« on: January 01, 2017, 12:37:37 AM »
https://www.growmushroomsoncoffee.com/

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Re: Grow Oyster Mushrooms on coffee grounds and other info
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2017, 05:15:40 PM »
https://www.growmushroomsoncoffee.com/

http://www.mssf.org/cookbook/oyster.html      cleaning, cooking oyster mushrooms, lots of recipes
Have you obtained the free growing guide yet, Barb?  Looks interesting, and in case some readers don't know this, these oyster mushrooms grow well across much of the U.S., and presumably the world, especially in temperate zones.  Should be easy.  I usually see them near the base of a tree, sometimes on wood that has fallen from trees, and they are  relatively easy to identify in the wild.

Once I read that if you find a log in the woods that has them growing on it, just drag it home, make it easily accessible, keep it moist, but not waterlogged, and in the same shade/sun conditions you found it in, and in same orientation (N-S-E-W) you found it, and you should continue to get more 'shrooms as the season progresses.

Good luck!

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Re: Grow Oyster Mushrooms on coffee grounds and other info
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2017, 11:25:06 PM »
https://www.growmushroomsoncoffee.com/

http://www.mssf.org/cookbook/oyster.html      cleaning, cooking oyster mushrooms, lots of recipes
Have you obtained the free growing guide yet, Barb?  Looks interesting, and in case some readers don't know this, these oyster mushrooms grow well across much of the U.S., and presumably the world, especially in temperate zones.  Should be easy.  I usually see them near the base of a tree, sometimes on wood that has fallen from trees, and they are  relatively easy to identify in the wild.

Once I read that if you find a log in the woods that has them growing on it, just drag it home, make it easily accessible, keep it moist, but not waterlogged, and in the same shade/sun conditions you found it in, and in same orientation (N-S-E-W) you found it, and you should continue to get more 'shrooms as the season progresses.

Good luck!

Hi ilinda, I did download the guide.
That is great info you posted, on bringing the logs home and how to keep it moist and place it and orientation!