As a young he is known as brown and as an adult with a flattened hat he is known as Portobelo. He is a relative of the champignon. This kit produced based on cereal straw composted in a nitrogenous medium will be degraded over the 2-3 months that your kit will produce.
2 to 3 production cycles are expected, which can be almost continuous depending on place conditions. After 2 to 3 productions or before disposing of your kit we recommend that you place it buried outside in a dark place and visit it frequently as you will have pleasant surprises. Slugs, snails and insects will also love it, but the mushroom's edibility remains unchanged - when harvesting mushrooms outside, check the species well.
When finished, remove the plastic, put it in the recycling bin yellow ♻ and use the compost as a substrate for your plants.
You can also use the box that comes with the kit as a bed to produce lettuce or other vegetables in your vertical garden. The compost you used to produce mushrooms now has exceptional conditions for supplying nutrients to your plants.
Choose the best solution for you:
The kit 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 4 to 7 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 pioneering experiment on your own or with children and start to see how mushrooms are grown, then this is your kit.
Recommended season - September to May.