Live Mushroom Spawn
- Nameko (Pholiota nameko) Live SpawnOut of stock$39.95Out of stock
- Chestnut Mushroom (Pholiota adiposa) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- Blue Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- Black Poplar Mushroom (Agrocybe aegerita) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- Golden Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus Citrinopileatus) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- King Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus Eryngii) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- Lions Mane (Hericium erinaceous) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
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- Pink Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus salmoneostramineus) Live SpawnOut of stock$49.95Out of stock
- Pearl Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus) Live SpawnOut of stock$39.95Out of stock
- Blue Brat Oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus) Live SpawnOut of stock$39.95Out of stock
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We Offer Different Kinds of Live Mushroom Spawn
Golden Oyster Mushroom Spawn
Golden oyster mushroom spawn flourishes in warm weather and usually begins colonizing the substrate after between four and 12 months. This spawn generates clusters that have yellow caps and is easy to grow, so it is a good choice for you if you are a beginner mushroom grower.
King Oyster Mushroom Spawn
King oyster mushroom spawn grows quickly and produces mushrooms that are dense and meaty. For optimal cultivation, you should grow king oyster mushroom spawn on actual hardwood or an enhanced hardwood mixture, like some type of master's mix. King oyster mushroom spawn is more suitable for a mushroom grower with an intermediate skill level.
Blue Oyster Mushroom Spawn
Blue oyster mushroom spawn grows rapidly and has a distinct gray-blue hue. You should grow blue oyster mushroom spawn on hardwood logs for optimal colonization. Blue oyster mushroom spawn prefers softer species of hardwood like aspen and poplar.
Pink Oyster Mushroom Spawn
Pink oyster mushroom spawn grows the best in warm weather. Pink oyster mushroom spawn creates pink and almost red clusters of mushrooms. You can improve the mushrooms' color by growing them using sufficient light. The pink oyster mushroom is good for beginners because it produces dependably in the year's warmer months.
Lion's Mane Mushroom Spawn
If you are a beginner cultivating mushrooms indoors, lion's mane mushroom spawn is probably a good product for you. The lion's mane mushroom produces reliably throughout the entire year. Since it gives you generous first, second, and third harvests, you can probably easily grow the lion's mane mushroom commercially.
Pearl Oyster Mushroom Spawn
The Pearl oyster mushroom is named after a farmer who found the mushroom in Virginia. Pearl oyster mushroom spawn grows into clusters with a creamy color if you grow them on either Tree of Heaven or poplar logs.
Blue Brat Oyster Mushroom Spawn
The blue brat oyster mushroom grows bountifully on almost any kind of straw-based or wood-based substrate. Its color can differ from a light gray to a deep blue.
Commercial Shiitake Mushroom Spawn
If you are growing Shiitake mushrooms indoors for personal use, you should know you need to have infrastructure suitable for a basic lab to grow these mushrooms successfully. Commercial growers with an intermediate skill level will likely enjoy growing Shiitake mushrooms, though.
Black Poplar Mushroom Spawn
Black poplar mushroom spawn likes to grow on hardwood logs that are buried halfway lengthwise in a shady garden or in the woods. You can also grow it on sawdust material, especially if that sawdust is both sterilized as well as supplemented. Black poplar mushrooms are also quite tough, but they are also somewhat challenging to grow.
Chestnut Mushroom Spawn
You can grow chestnut mushrooms fairly easily as long as you are not a beginner. If you are not yet experienced enough to correctly identify different species of mushrooms, growing chestnut mushrooms may not be right for you.
Nameko Mushroom Spawn
Unlike some kinds of oyster mushrooms, the nameko mushroom thrives in cooler temperatures. Nameko mushrooms are often used to thicken soups because they have gelatinous caps.