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Mushroom Growth In Mulch

Hi, this is Yolanda Vanveen, and in this section we’re going to talk about how to keep mushrooms from growing, or how to stop mushrooms from growing. Now, mushrooms are fungi, and they’re just like algae or any other plants that grow in really wet, soggy conditions. And the key with mushrooms is they need… Read More »

Mushrooms Growing Through Mulch

Hi, this is Yolanda Vanveen, and in this section we’re going to talk about how to keep mushrooms from growing, or how to stop mushrooms from growing. Now, mushrooms are fungi, and they’re just like algae or any other plants that grow in really wet, soggy conditions. And the key with mushrooms is they need… Read More »

Mushroom Spores In Yard

We’ve been fortunate enough to have some beneficial rain in the last couple of weeks. One of the results is that sometimes the ground gets very wet, and in areas where there is a lot of organic matter that’s in the process of breaking down, we start to see mushrooms pop up. These are some… Read More »

Mushroom Spore Compost

Hi. We’ve been using fungally dominated compost and mulch in our garden for years, and we’ve done so without ever purchasing any compost or mulch products. Today I’ll show you how, but first let’s talk about the difference between bacterially dominated compost and fungally dominated compost. Here we have a hot compost pile, made from… Read More »

Mushroom Growth Chamber

Hi and welcome to another Zamnesia review! Today we have a grow kit to review. With our magic mushroom grow kits you will be able to grow 400 to 600 grams of fresh mushrooms at home within just a few weeks. The grow kit comes with A regular zip bag A clip The grow kit… Read More »

Growing Mushrooms Wood Chips

One option for mushroom cultivation is forest grown mushrooms, which there’s about four different species that we can grow successfully in the woods. Most mushrooms in the United States right now are grown indoors, usually on beds of composted manure or sawdust and so we’re looking for ways to utilize the forest and think about… Read More »