Generally, when the mushroom is growing, the most important thing to get started is the mushroom itself – this is what the fungus grows and is therefore an essential ingredient. Without trying to grow apple tree without apple pip – it will never work. Generally, the fungus egg is created by a mycologist, and is usually made up of a fungal species fungus with mycelium (mycelium comes from the fungus).
You can create your own mushroom arches in a variety of ways, but most people do not pick up, is that they can grow their own mushrooms from old mushroom bunks, enabling the recycling of old mushrooms and their own mushroom cultivation cycle.
All you have to do is cut off a small portion of the mushroom spit, which is not bigger than an inch long. It is important to use the stem of the stem to try to use the stem part of the stalk (this part is traditionally removed before cooking the mushrooms for cooking and packaging before going into stores). However, if you have made your own mushroom a kind of spawn, then there will be no problem with the healthiest version of the stem. You can still try to use the stem with mushrooms from the store, but you may not have so much success. It is important to say that not all mushrooms have this stem growth ability and only a few varieties are known to be able to grow again from their stems. These include Oyster Mushrooms (Pleutrous Ostreatus), Sunflower Mushrooms, Morels, Prince, and many more.
All you have to do is remove the stem and get a corrugated cardboard. Soak the carton and try to pull it aside to make paper as low as possible. Then lay the cover on the surface and place some stems on top. Try to leave about 6 inches of cardboard on one stem. Cover the stems with the rest of the corrugated cardboard, and moisten again for a few minutes. Place the folded cartons in an old box – cardboard, faba or anything else that keeps the box's moisture away and puts it in a shady position in the garden before it is covered by its leaflet.
What will happen if the mycelium grows through the cardboard pieces, from the nasal nodules, from the materials in the carton as food (the mushroom, of course, grows in wood, making the cardboard ideal for use and easier to break). After a few months you will have your own cardboard and you can use it to grow mushrooms on several boards or blend this cardboard with straw, create an outdoor bed or mushroom surface, or try to transfer the spool to other media.