Propagating oyster mushrooms
of you may remember that I experimented with
propagating morels this spring. Paul Stamets made it
seem so simple --- snip off the mushroom's end, put it between layers
of wet cardboard, and wait a few months. Mushroom propagation
might be that easy in the Pacific Northwest, but even during a very wet
summer around here, our cardboard had plenty of time to dry out.
My stem butts shriveled and no spawn formed.
DIYers should check out Mark's homemade chicken waterer.
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