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Growing Edible Mushrooms

Author : Roby Jose Ciju
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Genre : Nature
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'Growing Edible Mushrooms' is a BRIEF account of TEN popular edible mushrooms and their production practices. There are SIX steps involved in mushroom growing and these steps are, preparation of mushroom compost, pasteurization of compost, spawning, casing, pinning and cropping.
Category: Nature

Growing Edible Mushrooms

Author : Ja Schindler
ISBN : 0760347883
Genre : Gardening
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Skip the market, the cost, and the search and simply grow your own mushrooms just about anywhere! Two of the best reasons to grow your own food at home are to produce food you would otherwise have to pay too dearly for at the market and to grow great-tasting things you cannot buy at any price. Many varieties of mushrooms can be either hard to buy in some areas or shockingly expensive. Mushroom hunting can be fun and productive. It can also be difficult and frustrating. Why not skip the market, the cost, and the search and simply grow them yourself? Today, more and more people are getting into growing mushrooms. A small commercial colony can be a cash crop. Gardeners and locavores can save money at the store by growing mushrooms in the kitchen or garden. Mushroom foragers have taken their hobby one step farther by cultivating their own supply. In Growing Edible Mushrooms, Ja Schindler describes more than twenty varieties of mushrooms and many of the ways you can grow them at home. In addition to shiitake, oyster, portobello, and morel mushrooms, he also covers lesser-known varieties, such as lion's mane, maiitake, garden giant, and turkey tail. Ja also gives tips on growing indoors in the kitchen or greenhouse, with quick projects such as cardboard spawn, coffee ground mushrooms, and even a "mushroom motel." For those who want to grow outdoors, Ja gives instructions for traditional garden growing and the classic log method, which are both scalable to commercial-sized colonies.
Category: Gardening

Mushroom Cultivation

Author : Oliver Bennett
ISBN : 9798613092772
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This Book MUSHROOM CULTIVATION will give you full details on "Growing Edible Mushrooms For Profit: Crop Cycle, Yield." Everywhere, mushrooms pop up! In the restaurant, food shops, on local farmers ' markets and for years, we've seen not only omnipresent white buttons. In order to successfully grow mushrooms, it is important, both for your cultivation and the cultivation of champignons to enrich your land and for speeding up its composition and even eliminating the weeds, to understand and give detailed guidance. Others cultivate champignons or make herbal teas and teas. Here are some of what you will learn in this book: MUSHROOM GENETICS AND BREEDING MUSHROOM FARM FOR LOCAL AND EXPORT PRODUCTION MUSHROOM (DIFFERENT SPECIES) LIFE CYCLE OF MUSHROOM (AGARICUS) SORTS OF EDIBLE WILD MUSHROOMS DIETARY WORTH OR COMPOSITION OF MUSHROOM ECONOMIC SIGNIFICANCES OF EDIBLE MUSHROOM CONSTRUCTION AND ALSO DEVICES OF MODERN MUSHROOM FARMS ACTIONS TO MUSHROOM GROWING HOW TO FERTILIZE MUSHROOMS WITH MANURE CONDITIONS AND INSECT BUGS OF MUSHROOM EXEMPTION STRATEGIES FOR PEST CONTROL IN MUSHROOM PRODUCTION VERMIN AFFECTING SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS AND PREVENTION EFFECT OF THE MUSHROOM INDUSTRY ON THE ATMOSPHERE EXPANDING SHIITAKE MUSHROOMS ON LOGS: DETAILED OVERVIEW TO AN AGROFORESTRY CROP WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW WHEN YOU WANT MUSHROOMS AT HOME INDUSTRIAL TOOL FOR HORTICULTURE MUSHROOM GROWING KIT HOW TO GROW MUSHROOMS FROM OLD MUSHROOM STEM BUTTS USE OF REISHI MUSHROOM TO ELIMINATE CANCER AND ALMOST EVERY OTHER AILMENT THE BLACK AND WHITE MEDICINAL MUSHROOM ADVANTAGES OF MUSHROOMS FOR OUR FOOD DIGESTION SYSTEM As Well As A MUSHROOM KIDS DISH RECIPE Throughout history, mushrooms have actually obtained many differing credibilities, considered both foods as well as an adversary. Today it is simple for us to locate secure, yummy mushrooms at the food store, but it was not always this way. For many years reckless mushroom seekers have tossed caution to the wind with sometimes fatal outcomes, providing food-safe mushrooms a negative reputation. Get a book copy Now!! Start your MUSHROOM rising.
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Mushrooms Growing For Dummies

Author : Micheal Coleman
ISBN : 1533694834
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Mushroom Growing for Dummies: (FREE Bonus Included) A Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home The book "Mushroom Growing for Dummies: A Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home" is a must read for all of the mushroom lovers out there because it helps you identifying the edible and poisonous species of these fungi so you know which buttons to eat and which morels to avoid. Otherwise you can get hard allergies and food poisoning. This book helps you in growing the mushrooms at home if you don't like to wait for the particular harvesting season to arrive or you just don't want to go on the fungi hunt in the dark forest jungle. It tells you all about the different varieties of mushrooms that you can grow easily grow in your basement or pressure cooker jars. It also provides a complete account of the supplies and equipments that you are going to need during the process of growing the mycelium. It is also a complete code on the medium requirements and environmental conditions required by these fungi to grow properly and delicious. And if you know the mushroom growth calendar to not miss any of the species with a lot of nutritional and medicinal benefits, this book has the answer of this query as well. In short, this book offers: Edible mushrooms in the world and their medicinal properties Supplies and equipments to grow mushrooms Best varieties for home growers Process of growing mushrooms Growing timetable of mushrooms Download your E book "Mushroom Growing for Dummies: A Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!
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Growing Mushrooms

Author : Aaron Martinez
ISBN : 9798672407098
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Would you like to grow fresh, organic mushrooms at home for health and profit? Discover How to Grow Oyster, Shiitake, Portobello, Enokitake, Maitake, Lion's Mane, and many more! 'Growing Mushrooms' is your comprehensive, go-to guide for understanding how to grow mushrooms at home in an exciting way even if you have no farming or gardening experience. Within the pages of this practical guide, you will discover how mushrooms grow, how to grow mushrooms, the best conditions for growing mushrooms, the types of mushrooms to grow at home, and the exceptional health benefits of consuming some varieties of these fungi. Not many people realize that it is actually very easy to grow edible mushrooms yourself at home, instead opting to spend their money at their local supermarket on mushroom species cheaply imported from foreign countries where they are grown in bulk. The shop variety do not have much of a shelf life and the mushrooms don't really like to be packed in plastic so by learning to grow mushrooms at home not only are you going to have fresher longer-lasting mushrooms, but they will also most likely taste stronger and more mushrooms as the shop varieties tend to have a more watered-down flavor. In this book you will learn: Benefits of Growing Mushrooms What You Need to Know Before Starting How to Grow Mushrooms? Different Kinds of Mushroom How to Include Mushrooms in Your Diet? Tips and Recipes. How to Start a Homegrown Mushroom Business? And much more!! When you download this book, you'll also learn about the tools, substrate, and spawn you'll need to get your mushrooms started. So, what are you waiting for? Scroll up, click on "Buy Now with 1-Click", and Get Your Copy Now!
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Growing Mushrooms At Home

Author : Kechia Ley
ISBN : 9798630834034
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Learning how to grow your own mushrooms is more straightforward than you might think.The idea of growing organic mushroom farming can seem mysterious and complicated if you don't have any previous experience with it. Don't be intimidated by the idea though. Once you know the basics, growing your own edible mushrooms or medicinal mushrooms is just like growing any other fruit or vegetable.In this book you'll learn all about the life cycle of mushrooms, what types of mushrooms to grow, how to identify mushrooms and how to grow mushrooms.Edible mushroom, medicinal mushrooms, psilocybin mushrooms, magic mushrooms, gourmet and medicinal mushrooms.
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Growing Mushrooms At Home How To Identify And Gather Edible And Medicinal Mushrooms

Author : Robert Sparkman
ISBN : 9798668068500
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Learning how to grow your own mushrooms is more straightforward than you might think. The idea of growing organic mushroom farming can seem mysterious and complicated if you don't have any previous experience with it. Don't be intimidated by the idea though. Once you know the basics, growing your own edible mushrooms or medicinal mushrooms is just like growing any other fruit or vegetable. In this book you'll learn all about the life cycle of mushrooms, what types of mushrooms to grow, how to identify mushrooms and how to grow mushrooms. Edible mushroom, medicinal mushrooms, psilocybin mushrooms, magic mushrooms, gourmet and medicinal mushrooms.
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Mycelial Mayhem

Author : David Sewak
ISBN : 9781550926217
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Most supermarket mushrooms are bland and boring; products of an industrial process which typically relies on expensive equipment and harmful pesticides. Many people would like to add more flavorful and diverse fungi to their diets, but lack the knowledge or confidence to gather or grow their own. Do-it-yourself cultivation is a fun, exciting way to incorporate a variety of mushrooms into a sustainable lifestyle. Mycelial Mayhem is a straightforward, no-nonsense resource for the aspiring mushroom grower. This practical guide cuts through much of the confusion surrounding methods and techniques, helping the hobbyist or farmer to: Select regionally appropriate species for the home garden, farm-scale production, or an edible landscape Practice sustainable, environmentally friendly cultivation techniques, such as companion planting, to combat common garden pests and diseases Choose a successful, proven business approach to maximize profit and minimize frustration Many people find that DIY mushroom cultivation is not nearly as complicated as they expect, but a knowledgeable and experienced mentor is crucial to success. Whether your goal is to harvest homegrown gourmet mushrooms for your table, supplement your income by selling to friends and neighbors, or start a full-fledged niche business, Mycelial Mayhem is packed with the advice and resources you need to succeed with this rewarding and valuable crop. David Sewak and Kristin Sewak are avid growers of edible mushrooms, heirloom vegetables, native landscape plants and sustainable landscape design. They speak on mushroom gathering and indoor and outdoor cultivation techniques at regional and national green living events.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Handbook On Mushroom Cultivation And Processing With Dehydration Preservation And Canning

Author : NIIR Board of Consultants & Engineers
ISBN : 9788178330341
Genre : Mushroom culture
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Mushrooms are the health food of the world. These are that fast growing basidiomycetous fungi which produce fleshy fruit bodies. They are rich in proteins, vitamins and minerals, so they are consumed as energy rich food. Mushroom has been attracting attention of mankind since ancient times and use of mushroom, as food is as old as human civilization. Mushrooms are superior to many vegetables and beans in their nutritive value. It is very rich in protein, vitamins and minerals. Fresh mushrooms contain about 85% water and 3.2% protein. But dried mushrooms water content is low and protein level is high as 34 to 44% and the fat content is less than 0.3%. There are about 100 species of edible mushrooms all over the world. But only three of them are cultivated in India which are Agaricus bisporus, Volvariella volvacea and pleurotus sajor caju. Unfortunately, it is realized that mushrooms did not receive universal acceptance over the years since a number of naturally growing mushrooms are poisonous. Now the situation has been changed because the cultivated edible mushrooms are totally safe for human consumption. Mushroom cultivation fits in very well with sustainable farming and has several advantages: it uses agricultural waste products, a high production per surface area can be obtained, after picking; the spent substrate is still a good soil conditioner. They have less carbohydrate so they are believed to be suitable for diabetic patients. Fresh mushrooms have very limited life and hence they need to be consumed within few hours. But processing and canning increases their shelf life to few months. Osmotic dehydration is one of the important methods of processing mushroom which involves drying technology of mushroom. Mushrooms are very popular in most of the developed countries and they are becoming popular in many developing countries like India. Applications and market for mushrooms is growing rapidly in India because of their nice aroma, nutritious values, subtle flavour and many special tastes. Mushroom cultivation has been declared as a major thrust area by Government of India. Mushroom dish is a common item in all the big hotels. Mushroom production has increased many folds during the recent past. Mushrooms have found a definite place in the food consumption habits of common masses and there is a constant demand for it throughout the year. Some of the fundamentals of the book are nutritive value of edible mushrooms, medicinal value of mushrooms, advantages of mushrooms, symptoms of mushroom poisoning, morphology of common edible mushrooms, classification of fungi a brief survey, chemical composition, anti nutritional factors and shelf life of oyster mushroom , osmotic dehydration characteristics of button mushrooms, mushroom cultivation, cultivation of white button mushroom (agaricus bisporus), actors determining the amount of spawn needed, fungidues for mushroom diseases insectides for mushroom pets etc. The present book contains cultivation, processing, dehydration, preservation and canning of various species of mushrooms. It is resourceful book for agriculturists, researchers, agriculture universities, consultants etc.
Category: Mushroom culture

Growing Mushrooms Guide Book

Author : Bethann Kreiss
ISBN : 9798716113312
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Mushrooms are very versatile and can be grown in all kinds of different environments and small areas. You can grow them indoors in a spare room or used basement, or even plant them alongside your vegetable garden outside. If growing mushrooms is something that you've always wanted to do, there's no better time to start than right now! Even if you live in an apartment, you've got enough space to start growing your own delicious and nutritious mushrooms. The idea of growing your own mushrooms can seem mysterious and complicated if you don't have any previous experience with it. Don't be intimidated by the idea though. Once you know the basics, growing your own edible mushrooms is just like growing any other fruit or vegetable. In this book you will find: Mushrooms: Properties, Benefits, Calories, Uses and Side Effects How to Grow Mushrooms at Home? Upper Mushrooms and Lower Mushrooms Reproduction of Mushrooms Mushrooms Anatomy The Life Cycle of Mushrooms Habitat and Growth Growth Rates of Mushrooms Growing Fresh Mushrooms at Home: A Practical Guide Growing Mushrooms in Boxes Is Simple, Even for The Less Experienced How to Grow Mushrooms on Wooden Logs with Fresh Mycelium? Mushroom Substrate: What Species Can Be Grown? Cultivation of Mushrooms: Optimal Temperature and Humidity Choice of Species Growing Porcini Mushrooms Is Very Difficult, Why? Diy Mushroom Cultivation How to Grow Pleurotus Ostreatus Champignon Where and When the Field Mushrooms Grow The Agrocybe Aegerita - Pioppino Shiitake Mushrooms Spontaneous Production of Shiitake Mushrooms Nameko Stropharia Rugosoannulata Mushroom Pleurotus Cornucopiae (Golden Mushroom) Coprinus Comatus Mushroom (Coprinus, Chiomato Agaric) Armillaria Mellea Mushroom (Chiodino) Growing Mushrooms: How to Start A Profitable Mushroom Farm How to Start A Successful Mushroom Growing Plant?
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How To Grow Mushrooms From Scratch

Author : Magdalena Wurth
ISBN : 9781615195107
Genre : Gardening
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Yes, you can grow mushrooms from scratch! Why grow mushrooms? Mushrooms are a joy to grow—for food, as a garden feature, or just for fun—and it’s easier than you think! How to Grow Mushrooms from Scratch covers 19 varieties, from button (always versatile) to reishi (a medicinal powerhouse). Plus, here are delicious recipes, preserving methods, and more. Where can you grow mushrooms? Mushrooms will thrive in your garden, on your windowsill, and even in your basement. The key is to pick the right growing medium for your mushroom—a log, a bale of hay, or a simple pot of dirt—and give it a little shade. How to grow mushrooms! Experts Magdalena and Herbert Wurth explain every step of cultivation—whether starting from a kit, a culture, or a grown mushroom you’d like to propagate. From protecting mushrooms in extreme weather, to troubleshooting pests, here is expert advice for beginners and experienced growers alike!
Category: Gardening

Growing Gourmet And Medicinal Mushrooms

Author : Paul Stamets
ISBN : 9781607741381
Genre : Gardening
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A detailed and comprehensive guide for growing and using gourmet and medicinal mushrooms commercially or at home. “Absolutely the best book in the world on how to grow diverse and delicious mushrooms.”—David Arora, author of Mushrooms Demystified With precise growth parameters for thirty-one mushroom species, this bible of mushroom cultivation includes gardening tips, state-of-the-art production techniques, realistic advice for laboratory and growing room construction, tasty mushroom recipes, and an invaluable troubleshooting guide. More than 500 photographs, illustrations, and charts clearly identify each stage of cultivation, and a twenty-four-page color insert spotlights the intense beauty of various mushroom species. Whether you’re an ecologist, a chef, a forager, a pharmacologist, a commercial grower, or a home gardener—this indispensable handbook will get you started, help your garden succeed, and make your mycological landscapes the envy of the neighborhood.
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Wild Growing Mushrooms For The Edible City Cadmium And Lead Content In Edible Mushrooms Harvested Within The Urban Agglomeration Of Berlin Germany

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Abstract: Health effects by consuming urban garden products are discussed controversially due to high urban pollution loads. We sampled wild edible mushrooms of different habitats and commercial mushroom cultivars exposed to high traffic areas within Berlin, Germany. We determined the content of cadmium and lead in the fruiting bodies and analysed how the local setting shaped the concentration patterns. EU standards for cultivated mushrooms were exceeded by 86% of the wild mushroom samples for lead and by 54% for cadmium but not by mushroom cultures. We revealed significant differences in trace metal content depending on species, trophic status, habitat and local traffic burden. Higher overall traffic burden increased trace metal content in the biomass of wild mushrooms, whereas cultivated mushrooms exposed to inner city high traffic areas had significantly lower trace metal contents. Based on these we discuss the consequences for the consumption of mushrooms originating from urban areas. Graphical abstract: Highlights: Popular edible mushrooms display large variations in Cd and Pb content. Low accumulating species are Sparassis crispa, Boletus luridus, or Boletus badius. High accumulating species are Agaricus ssp., Russula vesca, or Calvatia gigantea. Cd and Pb content in wild growing edible mushrooms were mostly above EU limits for cultivated mushrooms. Cd and Pb content in commercial mushrooms cultures were regularly below EU limits for cultivated mushrooms. Abstract : Commercial mushroom cultures can be integrated into 'Edible City' approaches, but majority of wild growing mushroom samples highly accumulate trace metals.
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Starting Edible Mushroom Business

Author : Dr David Jones
ISBN : 9798552534180
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Would you like to grow fresh, organic and make edible mushrooms at home for health and profit? If yes, this book is for you.Not many people realize that it is actually very easy to grow edible mushrooms yourself at home, instead opting to spend their money at their local supermarket on mushroom species cheaply imported from foreign countries where they are grown in bulk. The shop variety do not have much of a shelf life and the mushrooms don't really like to be packed in plastic so by learning to grow mushrooms at home not only are you going to have fresher longer-lasting mushrooms, but they will also most likely taste stronger and more mushrooms as the shop varieties tend to have a more watered-down flavor.In this book you will learn: Benefits of Growing MushroomsWhat You Need to Know Before StartingHow to Grow Mushrooms?Different Kinds of MushroomHow to Include Mushrooms in Your Diet? Tips and Recipes.How to Start a Homegrown Mushroom Business?And much more.
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Mushroom Cultivation In India

Author : B.C. Suman
ISBN : 817035479X
Genre : Cultivated mushroom
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It is generally realized that there is an acute shortage of literature on mushroom cultivation based on the requirements of the growers in our country. Therefore the present book has been written keeping those factors in view and the book shows a great variety of cheap and useless materials, eg agricultural, industrial and forest waste, that can be successfully used as media for growing the various edible mushrooms. The book emphasizes mainly on the applied (cultivation) aspect of edible mushroom and is intended for anyone who is interested in edible mushroom the experience mushroom specialists; seasonal commercial grower or simply layman. The aim or writing this book, is that it will encourage and stimulate further research on all aspect of edible mushroom with special attention directed towards discovering new edible species and improving both the quality the yield of existing ones. This would eventually lead to their mass production accompanied by reduction in cost, ultimately bringing this commodity with in the reach of common man. Contents Chapter 1: Introduction; Chapter 2: Global Status of Mushroom Production; Chapter 3: Importance of Mushroom; Chapter 4: History of Mushroom Cultivation in India; Chapter 5: Food Value of Mushrooms; Chapter 6: Steps in Mushroom Growing; Selection of site and types of mushroom to be grown, Mushroom farm structure, design and layout, Principles and techniques of compost and composting, Principles and techniques of spawn production, Casing and crop production, Environmental crop management, Harvesting and marketing; Chapter 7: Cultivation Technology of Specialty Mushrooms; Agaricus bitorquis, Pleurotus species, Paddy straw mushroom, Calocybe indica, Lentinula edodes, Flammulina velutipes, Agrocybe aegerita, Auricularia species; Chapter 8: Pests and Pathogens of Mushrooms; Chapter 9: Post Harvest Handling and Preservation of Mushrooms; Chapter 10: Mushroom Poisoning.
Category: Cultivated mushroom

Mushroom Cultivation Technology

Author : R. Gogoi
ISBN : 9789387893016
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The book deals with all practical aspects of cultivation technology of four commonly grown mushroom viz. oyster, paddy straw, button and milky mushroom. The cultivation technologies illustrated are suited to tropical and sub-tropical conditions that are very easy to adopt and economically viable. Methods to distinguish edible and poisonous mushrooms are well depicted. The historical events of mushroom cultivation and recent developments are recorded in a chronological order and concise manner. An exhaustive list of edible, non-edible and poisonous fungal species is an important compilation which can serve as a check list of mushroom flora. Further, description of selected wild edible mushrooms and preparation of compost from spent mushroom beds are the unique additions. Most of the information are presented in a bound format of “Mushroom Cultivation�, a newly offered optional course for 3rd year B.Sc. (Ag.). Hence emphasis in this book is two-fold: to acquaint students and all the beginners with mushroom culture and to appraise the people with the importance and multiprong use of mushroom.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Growing Mushrooms

Author : Richard Korman
ISBN : 1659117275
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Do you want to know how you can harness the healing powers of mushrooms for profit and health? Are you interested in knowing how you can grow mushroom from scratch even if you are a complete beginner? 'Growing Mushrooms' is your comprehensive, go-to guide for understanding how to grow mushrooms at home in an exciting way even if you have no farming or gardening experience. Within the pages of this practical guide, you will discover how mushrooms grow, how to grow mushrooms, the best conditions for growing mushrooms, the types of mushrooms to grow at home, and the exceptional health benefits of consuming some varieties of these fungi. With lots of wrong information about the cultivation of mushrooms out there, it can be hard for beginners to separate fact from fiction. This is where this step-by-step playbook comes in to help. Inside this book, you'll find a beginner-friendly guide to everything there is to know about growing mushrooms and choosing the right medium for its cultivation. Whether your goal is to grow a small quantity of mushrooms at home as a hobby, or start a large-scale mushroom farming business, you find the knowledge you need in this book. Also, this book will give you the practical guidance and extensive information you need to take advantage of the nutritional benefits of mushrooms for yourself or your family. Within the Pages of This Book, You'll Discover: Easy techniques that show you how to grow magical mushrooms effortlessly in your home Transformational information on the origin and history of mushrooms The nutritional benefits of mushrooms and how you can use it to conquer health problems The various types of mushrooms and ways to grow them for commercial purposes How to consume mushrooms safely And much more... The is not one of those books filled with stories of mushrooms cultivation. It's a straight forward but friendly, no-nonsense approach based on years of documented practical research. Scroll Up and Click The "Buy Now" Button to Get This Book Today!
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Mushroom Growing

Author : Kate Kidd
ISBN : 1548052159
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Getting Your FREE Bonus Download this book, read it to the end and see "BONUS: Your FREE Gift" chapter after the conclusion. Mushroom Growing: (FREE Bonus Included) Beginners Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home The book "Mushroom Growing for Dummies: A Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home" is a must read for all of the mushroom lovers out there because it helps you identifying the edible and poisonous species of these fungi so you know which buttons to eat and which morels to avoid. Otherwise you can get hard allergies and food poisoning. This book helps you in growing the mushrooms at home if you don't like to wait for the particular harvesting season to arrive or you just don't want to go on the fungi hunt in the dark forest jungle. It tells you all about the different varieties of mushrooms that you can grow easily grow in your basement or pressure cooker jars. It also provides a complete account of the supplies and equipments that you are going to need during the process of growing the mycelium. It is also a complete code on the medium requirements and environmental conditions required by these fungi to grow properly and delicious. And if you know the mushroom growth calendar to not miss any of the species with a lot of nutritional and medicinal benefits, this book has the answer of this query as well. In short, this book offers: Edible mushrooms in the world and their medicinal properties Supplies and equipments to grow mushrooms Best varieties for home growers Process of growing mushrooms Growing timetable of mushrooms Download your E book "Mushroom Growing: Beginners Complete Guide to Growing Mushrooms at Home" by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now with 1-Click" button!
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The Mushroom Book For Beginners

Author : Frank Randall
ISBN : 1480086258
Genre : Nature
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This book teaches you the basics of growing mushrooms at home. You'll take a step back in time and learn about the history of mushrooms as food and why it took centuries for home mushroom growing to really catch on. You find the best types of mushrooms for beginners to grow. If you aren't sure what tools you'll need, don't worry; this book has that covered too. You will learn how to make sure that your mushrooms grow quickly and pest free, and the best ways to harvest, preserve, and store your crop. Whether you like shiitakes, portobello, or oyster mushrooms, stop buying them in stores. You'll learn how to grow your own and keep your family well supplied.
Category: Nature

The Complete Mushroom Hunter Revised

Author : Gary Lincoff
ISBN : 9781631594113
Genre : Nature
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In The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised, mushroom guru Gary Lincoff escorts you through the cultural and culinary history of the mushroom, hunting and identifying wild mushrooms, mushroom safety, and on to preparing and serving the fungi. Stunning photographs and Lincoff’s fascinating anecdotes from the field will make you an instant mycophile. Gathering edible wild food is a wonderful way to forge a connection to the Earth. Mushrooms are the ultimate local food source; they grow literally everywhere, from mountains and woodlands to urban and suburban parks to your own backyard. The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised will enrich your understanding of the natural world and build an appreciation for an ancient, critically relevant, and useful body of knowledge. With great expertise, Lincoff provides a complete overview of edible mushrooms: from the mushroom's earliest culinary awakening, through getting equipped for mushroom forays, to preparing and serving the fruits of the foray, wherever you live. Inside you'll find: A brief, colorful history of mushroom hunting worldwide How to get equipped for a mushroom foray A completely illustrated guide to the common wild edible mushrooms and their poisonous look-alikes, with information of psychedelic and psychotherapeutic mushrooms An illustrated guide to medicinal mushrooms Where to find your fare, and how to identify them How to prepare and serve your fungi Thirty delicious recipes Five appendices offer even more mushroom knowledge, with information on how to make mushroom artwork, mushroom cultivation, less common edible varieties, and winter hunting; plus find an essential guide to major poisonous mushrooms, symptoms of poisoning, and treatment. Whether you're just starting out with the hobby or an experienced mycophile looking to add to your collection, The Complete Mushroom Hunter, Revised is your ideal guide.
Category: Nature