Simple guide to growing Oyster Mushrooms at Home
Growing Oyster Mushrooms in the comfort of your own home is really easy with our easy to use Grow Kits. Whether your a first time beginner or experienced Organic grower anyone can produce beautiful healthy oyster mushrooms.
Caution: Growing Oyster Mushrooms may increase your wellbeing
So what are the steps I need to follow?
1. Tear out the grow window and cut a cross (X) in the mushroom bag to the edges of the window space.
2. Fill the included spray bottle with water. Throughout the growing process avoid touching the plastic with your hands. Do 15 sprays at 20cm away from the grow window, at least twice a day. Keeping the plastic flaps attached and near the mushroom surface increases humidity which mushrooms love.
3. Keep your box up-right, standing tall in a light room and out of direct sunlight. Your kitchen bench is the perfect place! Your first mushrooms can pop up and say hello between 10-30 days.
4. It’s harvest time when your mushrooms stop doubling in size everyday and before your mushroom caps unfold and invert. Twist all of your mushrooms out by their roots. Make sure all mushroom remains are removed to let the next mushroom crop grow!
5. To produce your second crop, rest box for one week after 1st harvest then repeat step 2. For the 3rd crop again rest for one week before using the other side. Patience is required for crops 2 & 3.
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