Are you fed up with paying so much for mushrooms at the store? There has to be a cheaper way to get them, right? Well, there is - you can simply grow your own! Mycology (growing mushrooms) can be as easy or complicated as you like, depending on the route you take, but the end results are most certainly worth the effort involved.The great thing about growing your own mushroAre you fed up with paying so much for mushrooms at the store? There has to be a cheaper way to get them, right? Well, there is - you can simply grow your own! Mycology (growing mushrooms) can be as easy or complicated as you like, depending on the route you take, but the end results are most certainly worth the effort involved.The great thing about growing your own mushrooms, is that you can do it right inside your own home or backyard. It's a great project for families and foodies alike, and all you need to start off is this book, a specialist mushroom growing kit, and a small space in which to grow them!In this book I aim to teach you the basics that you need to know to grow mushrooms at home. You'll take a step back in time and learn about the history of mushrooms as food, and why it has taken centuries for home mushroom growing to really catch on. I'll let you know exactly which are the best types of mushrooms for you to start with. If you aren't sure what tools you'll need, don't worry - this book has that covered too. And I'll explain how to make sure that your mushrooms grow quickly and pest free, and the best ways to harvest, preserve and store your crop.But where should you grow your mushrooms? That's a good question! Contained within the pages of this book are tips on how to set up a mushroom patch in your back yard, as well as how to grow them inside. Is it really better to grow them completely in the dark? You are about to find out!So, whether you like shiitakes, portobellos or oyster mushrooms, stop buying them in stores. I'll teach you how to grow your own and keep your entire family well supplied.In as little as a few weeks you can have the perfect fresh mushrooms grown and ready to eat. Yum!This easy to read, beginners book, summarizes the essential information I have learned over the years, and is written to help you decide if mycology is for you, and if so, which route to take....
|Title||:||the mushroom book for beginners a mycology starter or how to be a backyard mushroom farmer and grow the best edible mushrooms at home|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||59 Pages|
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the mushroom book for beginners a mycology starter or how to be a backyard mushroom farmer and grow the best edible mushrooms at home Reviews
Good readUseful information hereRead itTwice wish it had more info about the substrates you can use for cultivation scenario
The Mushroom Book For Beginners: A Mycology Starter or How To Be A Backyard Mushroom Farmer And Grow The Best Edible Mushrooms At Home was a quick and easy read. There were some typographical and grammatical errors, but overall I liked it. I have twice attempted and failed to start mushrooms from kits at home and now have some real insight into why they did not work. I may just try again after reading this book. The author explains things in a very straightforward manner which is appealing for a beginner. The book provides additional links, references and even a shopping list so anyone can get started right away and will know exactly what to purchase.
Mushrooms This is the best book I've read so far on Amazon about how to grow mushrooms. The author does a good job of giving an overall description of the mushroom growing process. I wish he shared what humidity range I should keep the mushrooms at, but he does share the temperatures for a few mushrooms. Worth a read if you're a beginner like I am.
This is about as basic as it gets! There are no details on growing mushrooms in this book, but it does give you some insight into what you need to research. So, not a how-to at all; more of a very general overview.
Most definitely very basic but a good reference and a good place to start.
Definitely a quick read, probably less than an hour.Good little summary.