Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)
Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)
Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)

Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus)

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Oyster mushrooms, cabbage or shimeji are well suited to almost any situation. The substrate of this block is produced based on cereal straw that will be decomposed over the 2 to 3 months that your kit will produce.

Are expected 2 to 3 cycles of production, which can increase to 4 to 5. After 2 to 3 productions or before discarding your kit we recommend that you place it outside in a dark place and visit it frequently as you will have pleasant surprises.

Slugs and snails will also love it, but the mushroom's edibility remains unchanged - when harvesting mushrooms outdoors check the species well. When the production is finished, remove the plastic, place it in the yellow ecopoint ♻ and use the decomposed straw as a substrate for your plants.

The cardboard must be placed in the blue ecopoint ♻ or used to produce a kit for the production of Pleurotus ostreatus with coffee grounds and cardboard - see mycelium section.

Choose the best solution for you:
Thekit for garden enthusiasts. If you have or manage a vegetable garden and want to be self-sufficient in mushrooms this is your kit. We hope you get 3 to 6 kg of mushrooms

If you don't have a vegetable garden, but want to have fresh mushrooms, then this is your kit . We hope you get 1 to 3 kg of mushrooms.

Do you want to do a pioneer experiment alone or with children and start to see how mushrooms are produced, then this it's your kit.

Recommended season - all year.