The Fungi Ally Mushroom Alliance
Cordyceps is a mushroom that is EXPLODING in popularity in the United States for both cultivation and consumption. Cordyceps cultivation methods are diverse, in this post we walk through one method of cordyceps cultivation.
Here is a great guide to the legality, things to check for, and common stores to work with for buying and creating a magic mushroom kit. Shortly we will be offering an online course to help you work with magic mushrooms.
Or do you have a garden and want to grow some gourmet mushrooms in the shade of your plants? Interested in growing your own but you don’t know how? You can start with the wine cap mushroom for simplicity.
Shiitakes are the second most cultivated mushrooms in the world and the primary mushroom consumed in Asia. Today I’m talking about the processes used for growing shiitake mushrooms.
Join our online oyster mushroom class to learn all about growing oyster mushrooms. Oyster mushrooms are one of the best species of mushrooms to start growing. They grow quickly, can grow on a wide range of substrates and fruit prolifically. IF you want to learn how to...
We are a big fan of lion’s mane mushroom here at Fungi Ally. We grow this furry-looking friend to sell fresh because it is a choice edible. We also provide the mushroom dried and in extracts for enhanced well being. For those who want to grow their own lion’s mane mushrooms at home, we offer a variety of spawn and even a lion’s mane grow kit.
Pleurotus ostreatus, the blue oyster mushroom, is a lovely mushroom to watch grow and to eat. This mushroom’s name comes from the resemblance it has to bivalve mollusk found in the ocean.
High yield and proper fruiting is essential to grow oyster mushrooms for profit. To maximize fruiting, oyster mushrooms like high humidity and low CO2. To maintain these conditions it is important to frequently exchange grow room air and mist frequently.
Mushroom growing supplies for cultivating gourmet mushrooms includes spawn, filter patch bags, substrate, steamer, and a flow hood. Learn about each now.
We explore commercial mushroom farming and the process for starting a mushroom farm.
Overall, the goal was to find a strong strain so we can continue the cordyceps militaris cultivation in the northeast. Even though this strain does grow in the northeast, it is pretty uncommon to find it.
Morel mushrooms are a delicious and highly sought after culinary mushroom. Many people ask and reach out about trying to cultivate morel mushrooms. The better question is where to find morel mushrooms, as this mushroom is extremely difficult to cultivate.
Want to take an online mushroom growing course? Head on over to our online class page for a variety of mushroom growing courses online. Want an in-person workshop, visit our events page to see what is coming up. We do private courses for beginning and intermediate mushroom growers that can be tailored to exactly what mushrooms you want to grow. Email us to set up your own private mushroom growing course.
Wine cap mushrooms are a great option for growing your own food at home, whether you live in a city or in a rural part of the country. Wine caps look much like a portobello mushroom with a purple gills and a burgundy cap. The taste and texture is similar to asparagus and it can be used in a variety of dishes. A variety of culinary enthusiasts have stated that the mushroom pairs well with any of the following: lemon juice, fennel, nutmeg, pasta, polenta, quinoa, ramps, and rice. It also goes well with meats, fishes, or poultry, or in soups and stews.
Oyster mushrooms are a gourmet mushroom that grows naturally in the Northeast part of the U.S. These beautiful mushrooms come in an array of colors are also easy to cultivate both inside and out.
We have special morel mushrooms for sale at a great price!
The interest in how to grow your own mushrooms continuously grows as more people experience the vast array of edible, gourmet mushrooms.
Have you noticed the growth of speciality, gourmet mushrooms in your local food market or farm? The popularity of mushrooms is growing as the value behind them to humans and the environment continues to be understood.
Are you interested in how to preserve mushrooms? If so, then you have come to the right place!
Mushrooms are quickly gaining the notoriety they deserve as delicious and nutritious food items that add a lot of flavor to meals. However, the refrigerator shelf life of mushrooms is typically not more than 7-10 days, which is why many mushroom eaters ask: Can you freeze mushrooms?