Why do mushrooms grow in a circle?

Answer Sometimes mushrooms grow in a circle as their underground component, the mycelium, expands outward to feed on nutrients in the soil. These circles are commonly called fairy rings.Mushroom BotanyMus... Read More »

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Can I grow mushrooms from store-bought mushrooms?

Technically you can grow mushrooms from store-bought mushrooms. You can use spores, or start with a tissue cutting. But if you've never grown mushrooms before, it's hard to grow them from store-bou... Read More »

How to Grow Mushrooms from Dried Mushrooms?

Growing mushrooms at home allows you to save money and enjoy delicious varieties of mushrooms each day with every meal. Because mushrooms do not contain the green chlorophyll that's found within ot... Read More »

How to Grow Mushrooms?

Growing mushrooms requires a very damp cave-like atmosphere. Be prepared to face mold growth, insects and other possible problems, as well. Most mushrooms require a constant temperature of around 6... Read More »

How to Grow Mushrooms in AU?

Mushrooms come in a wide range of varieties, from the bite-sized button mushroom, to the gourmet specialty species, oyster and shiitake. By far the most common mushroom in Australia is the white cu... Read More »