https://youtu.be/eRSVJRxPaU0 Transcript Today's video is for all the morels lovers out there. The following map of the US shows the location of morels found by people who provided this information voluntarily to the owner of the site. The data are categorized by month and year which can be selected on the left-hand side. The first … Continue reading The Morel Hunt
https://youtu.be/0mG2ZTYxMMg Transcript You asked me about my thoughts about All-in-one grow bags. If you have not heard about them, let me bring us all on the same page by talking first about the standard process of cultivating mushrooms. I then will talk about ready-to-grow blocks and then go into the all-in-one bags. The standard process … Continue reading What are All-in-One Grow bags?
https://youtu.be/dzOlV3shKgk Transcription Today, I want to share with you why in my opinion, the 3-step-approach is the best way to start growing mushrooms and how it saves you time and money by making fewer mistakes and, therefore, speed up your learning curve. The 3-step-approach is a concept I introduced in my first video about the … Continue reading How to Start a Mushroom Business | The 3-step Approach
https://youtu.be/mAwvD3aii9A Transcript In 2018 the United States produced over 67 million tons of paper and paperboard waste. According to the EPA, 68% of this waste got recycled, around 6% got burned to produce electricity, and roughly 26% find its way to the landfill. To address this issue, I want to talk about a research paper … Continue reading Cardboard as a substrate: What to expect?
Before we as mushroom farmers can grow mushrooms, we have to cultivate our mushroom strains first. This could be done by a company from which we buy our spawn or culture media, or we prepare the culture media ourselves. The type of culture media you or the company chooses determines the quality of the strain … Continue reading Finding the right culture media
In today's article, I want to address the influence of your cropping or substrate container on the yield and the size of your mushroom. Type of substrate container When it comes to the cultivation of mushrooms, many kinds of cropping containers can be used. This is especially true for small mushroom farmers. You can use … Continue reading How your cropping container can impact your mushroom yield
When you read or talk about growing mushrooms, three or four parameters came up like temperature, humidity, and CO2 level. May be light. But they say you don't need that much light. That's all, but is it really? In today's article, I want to address the 12 important growing factors I am aware of today. … Continue reading 12 Important Growing Factors | Mushroom farming
In today's article, I want to talk about 6 reasons why you should supplement your substrate and if properly done what the results are. Why should I use supplements for my mushroom substrate? #1: Growth The first reason why you should use a supplement for your substrate is that it will reduce the time to … Continue reading 6 Reasons why you should use supplements | mushroom farming
Some types of mushrooms do need light, some don’t. Back in 1980, Eger-Hummel placed mushrooms into four different categories according to their need for light (Fig. 1). Group A: Light and darkness play no role at any stage of fruiting body development. Group B: Light and darkness play no role in primordium formation, but the … Continue reading Do Mushrooms need Light?
This article is a follow up on my article about 14 Strategies to Keep Your Fruiting Chamber Cool in Hot Climates. In it, I talked about the use of earth to air heat exchanger to bring down the temperature inside your greenhouse during hot seasons and heating during colder seasons. Due to the questions which … Continue reading How to control climate in greenhouses with an earth air heat exchanger