Six Steps to Mushroom Farming

Mushroom compost develops as the chemical nature of the raw ingredients is converted by the activity of microorganisms, heat, and some heat-releasing chemical reactions.

Pasteurization is necessary to kill any insects, nematodes, pest fungi, or other pests that may be present in the compost.

As a mushroom matures, it produces millions of microscopic spores on mushroom gills lining the underside of a mushroom cap.

Casing is a top dressing applied to the spawn-run compost on which the mushrooms eventually form.

Mushroom initials develop after rhizomorphs have formed in the casing.

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