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Fungi Ally Sawdust Spawn

is great to use for outdoor inoculations including logs, totems, and woodchips.
The small particle size allows for fast growth onto the inoculated substrate. Our sawdust spawn is grown in a sterile lab and produced year round to ensure you get fresh pure mushroom mycelium. Sawdust spawn is available for shiitake mushrooms, blue oyster mushrooms, yellow oyster mushrooms, wine cap mushrooms and lion’s mane mushrooms.

Shiitake LE 46 (Sawdust Spawn)

The work horse for many shiitake log farmers. This strain has a fast spawn run and great yields. LE 46 is a beautiful mushroom that has a dark cap and some white ornamentation on the cap edges. This mushroom fruits at a wide range of temperatures and responds well to shocking.  Best grown in hardwood logs.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

Shiitake LE 3782 (Sawdust Spawn)

This shiitake strain performs well on sawdust blocks as well as logs. The cap tends to have a light brown color with minimal ornamentation. When fruiting mushrooms are abundant but on the smaller side.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

Blue Oyster 3015 (Sawdust Spawn)

Oyster mushrooms can be cultivated on straw, wood, coffee grounds and a range of other cellulose rich materials. This strain is a great commercial producer on both wood and straw. Large fruiting bodies, fast spawn run, and a beautiful blue color that is vibrant when young. This mushroom fruits in a wide range of temperatures from 55-75.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

Yellow Oyster AM1 (Sawdust Spawn)

A delicious buttery yellow oyster mushroom strain. These yellow oysters can be grown on straw, logs, coffee grounds and many other cellulose rich materials. Totems are a great choice with yellow oysters and softer hardwoods like poplar, aspen, and elm can be used for outdoor cultivation.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

Wine Cap Mammoth (Sawdust Spawn)

Wine cap is an aggressive and social mushroom that is one of the easiest mushrooms to begin growing. Wine caps grow on woodchip beds and can be transplanted throughout your yard once established. Also called the garden giant this mushroom grows on woodchips and fruit twice a year around May and September in New England.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

Lion’s mane (Sawdust Spawn)

A furry mushroom friend that you will want to pet as much as eat. Lion’s mane does very well on beech totems and supplemented sawdust. It takes longer than shiitake or oyster to establish and cannot be shocked into fruiting. This strain typically fruits in September.

Approximate weight 5.5 pounds

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