Anyone who is interested in learning how to grow Magic mushrooms for sale will find that doing so can be a very time consuming process, and leave that person with hundreds, maybe thousands of unanswered questions, after seeing all the different techniques that there are. Learning to grow mushrooms at home can also be frustrating due to crafty sales gimmicks and inaccurate, or outdated techniques. Fortunately, growing mushrooms at home, indoors, or outside is actually relatively easy, and practical for most commercially available mushroom species.
This article will not be comprehensive, but instead serve to be a guide for the beginner who is interested in growing mushrooms to become familiar with the basic principles, and techniques of mushroom cultivation.
Growing mushrooms is achieved in several successive steps, and is much more complicated than growing plants, generally. Mushrooms form from mycelium, which is the vegetative part of the fungus, and is generally white, but color can vary with species. As a cultivator of mushrooms, you will have to learn how to cultivate mycelium cultures effectively, and there are many perils on the path to doing so successfully. The main obstacle that most people run into is contamination of their mushroom cultures by competitor fungi. The most common contaminant is mold, but there are a few others, like bacteria and yeasts.
Mycelium originates from fungal spores, and grows on an inoculated substrate, until the substrate is fully infested with the fungus that the cultivator has chosen. To reduce or mitigate the chances of contamination, which will end your attempt to cultivate mushrooms, a cultivator must make an effort to practice proper sterile (aseptic) technique.
Getting started Growing Mushrooms will require a clear game plan, and that can be hard to formulate at first, as the new cultivator is introduced to massive amounts of new information. Hopefully the information presented in this guide will help to give you some direction, if you are in need.