Garden mushroom bed

Introduction Incorporating mushrooms along the edges of your compost pile, into your garden beds or in your fields is a simple and great way to increase diversity. Of the saprophytic mushroom species, many are secondary decomposers that thrive in conditions of already...

Inoculating a mushroom log with plugs

Introduction Inoculating logs with species that are primary decomposers such as Shiitake, Reishi, Lion’s mane, Turkey Tail or Oyster Mushrooms, is a relatively low maintenance way of incorporating edible fungi into your life. Logs are slow to degrade, thus once you...

Wood chip piles

Introduction Incorporating wood chip mushroom beds into your garden is a perfect opportunity to be creative and experiment a little! There are many different locations to make beds such as pathways, around the base of trees, in vegetable beds etc. and different...

Making log stacks

Introduction Building a stack is a faster and easier method of growing mushrooms on logs and is well suited for several species including oyster mushrooms and lion’s mane. Essentially, the method involves creating a ‘layer cake’ of short sections of a log stacked...

Pin It on Pinterest