Welcome to another unique mushroom liquid culture offering. Beefsteak Fungus (Fistulina hepatica). Out-Grow brings you a high-quality, ready-to-inoculate liquid culture designed for both novice and veteran mycologists. If you're interested in mushroom cultivation with a culinary flair, this is the product you've been searching for.
Each package contains a 10 ml syringe filled with top-grade Fistulina hepatica liquid culture, perfect for inoculating sterilized grain spawn or mushroom grow bags. The liquid culture recipe we use is meticulously optimized for rapid mycelium growth, ensuring a strong mycelium network in as little as two weeks.
Cultivation Specifics: Fistulina hepatica thrives in temperatures between 55-75°F with high humidity levels. While not picky about the substrate, hardwood logs or sterilized grain spawn work exceptionally well. Common issues like contamination can be avoided by maintaining a sterile working environment—something our contaminant-free liquid culture can aid with.
Natural Habitat and Benefits: Originally found on hardwood trees like oaks and chestnuts, Beefsteak Fungus is a forager's delight. Not only is it a striking species, but it's also rich in antioxidants and nutrients. When cooked, it has a taste reminiscent of beef, making it a culinary favorite. Moreover, it has been explored for its potential anti-inflammatory properties.
One pro tip for successful cultivation: use the liquid culture vs. spore syringe if you aim for quicker colonization times. Our Fistulina hepatica liquid culture mycelium syringe simplifies the inoculation process, saving you both time and effort.
Why should you opt for Out-Grow’s Beefsteak Fungus liquid culture? Because we offer quality, reliability, and a wealth of expertise. Our dedicated support is here to help you navigate any challenges in your mushroom farming journey.
If you’re all set to expand your mushroom farm or kick-start a new mushroom cultivation project, this Beefsteak Fungus liquid culture from Out-Grow is your best bet. Don't miss out on growing this culinary and medicinal marvel!