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What is the Most Profitable Mushroom to Grow? Commercial Mushroom Info

What is the Most Profitable Mushroom to Grow? Commercial Mushroom Info

What is the most profitable mushroom to grow and sell? Some mushrooms listed below have an extremely high value and can be sold very profitably. Most people are familiar with button mushrooms which cost $4/lb in the grocery store but amazingly some mushroom species are sold for over 100X this. Cultivating these mushrooms is a little more difficult but it can be done if you want to find a more profitable mushroom to grow. Four highly priced mushrooms are

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Growing Cordyceps May Continue to Gain Popularity Among Farmers

Growing Cordyceps May Continue to Gain Popularity Among Farmers

Cordyceps is a mushroom that is EXPLODING in popularity in the United States for both cultivation and consumption. More and more cordyceps can be found as a supplement in coops and other grocery stores. Social media is filled with people trying to figure out how to cultivate cordyceps. So the team at Fungi Ally decided to take a look and see if we could contribute to the research and information coming out around this mushroom.

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Discover a Mushroom Business Profit Margin Example for a Deeper Dive

Discover a Mushroom Business Profit Margin Example for a Deeper Dive

Is growing mushrooms a profitable farming endeavor? Current models of small scale sustainable farming are difficult to make economically viable. It is really a lifestyle choice to decide to farm for a profession. Does a mushroom business profit margin fare better than other crops? Well it depends on a lot of factors. In this article we are going to discuss the major points that influence a mushroom business profit margin. 

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Grow Shiitake Mushrooms in Bags: Techniques Used by the Pros

Grow Shiitake Mushrooms in Bags: Techniques Used by the Pros

This article is the second part of a two-part series on growing shiitake mushrooms in bags from a professional’s standpoint. Check out part-one if you want to read from the start. Below we start on step #5 of the process for how to grow shiitake mushrooms in bags. This is a commercial strategy used for indoor shiitake mushroom cultivation.

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Oyster Mushroom Spores for Sawdust and Grain Inoculation

Oyster Mushroom Spores for Sawdust and Grain Inoculation

Oyster mushroom spores are found in our sawdust and grain spawn bags. You can use these bags to grow your own oyster mushrooms on a variety of scales, from small to large, as a hobbyist or professional. We provide an array of oyster mushroom strains in a colorful variety which you can see in our online store.

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Our Store is Where to Buy Lion’s Mane Mushroom Products 

Our Store is Where to Buy Lion’s Mane Mushroom Products 

Why do you want to use lion’s mane? Below are a bunch of reasons why we love lion’s mane. We provide some information relating to extracts, as we offer a lion’s mane tincture to our customers. We also provide an array of lion’s mane spawn which can be used to grow lion’s mane indoors or out on a variety of scales.

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Are Mushrooms Bad For You? Some Are, But Most Are Beneficial 

Are Mushrooms Bad For You? Some Are, But Most Are Beneficial 

Are mushrooms bad for you? It’s a hard generalized question to answer easily and simply. For instance, there are some poisonous mushrooms that exist in the world that are deadly to human consumption, and a bunch of other poisonous mushrooms that are not fatal when eaten but they might make you feel like death. The destroying angel (Amanita bisporigera) or the death cap (Amanita phalloides) can be fatal when ingested. However, the vast majority of mushrooms are not poisonous, and there are many among these that are edible and delicious. I will discuss this further down below.

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