Organic alpaca Portobello mushroom 7 kg
Grow your own organic Portobello mushrooms (Agaricus Brunnescens) with this growing kit. Buy this growing kit and in a few days you will be able to start eating your own organic mushrooms. Includes plastic greenhouse for cultivation. Alpaca portobellos mushroom. Domestic mushroom bullet
Mushroom kits and alpacas are shipped from Monday to Wednesday to ensure controlled transport conditions at all times. If you need to receive the mushroom kit or alpaca for a specific date, please contact us.
Receipt of the growing kit: remove the box or bag that has protected your kit during transport. Check that your kit is protected by a transparent incubation bag. If so, cut off the top of the plastic and replace it as a window to see how the mycelium spreads on the culture surface.
InstructionsCut the plastic along the lines marked on the baleRemove the cut plastic and spread the peat mulch covering the entire compostWater by wetting the peat, not spraying. Keep the covering peat always wet afterwards.Optimal temperature 20º Do not pour water on the mushrooms, but on the peat to wet the root
Where to place the kit? Place your kit in a clean and ventilated room. Remember that the recommended (average) temperature is 13-25 °C with an ambient humidity of 80%. Avoid direct sunlight, garages and spaces near boilers or radiators.
How do mushrooms come out? The mycelium develops forming a white mantle on the surface of the kit. You will be able to see its evolution thanks to the transparent window of the box. When the mycelium starts to show the mushroom primordia, you can remove the wooden lid to see the complete development of your crop.Mushroom picking: each mushroom requires a different treatment. Collect the mushroom by twisting the foot at the base while the inner cap lamellae remain pink.average production of 1.5 kg of Portobello mushroom (Agaricus Brunnescens) in the period of three months.makes several blooms, collect when the mushrooms are grown and wait for new productionsRemember to keep the covering peat always wet
Watering: the kit does not usually need water until after the first production. However, if the substrate is dry, water the peat once a week (minimum). Then spray your kit once/twice a week after mushroom production. During the summer months the kit needs more humidity than the rest of the year, spray it regularly to prevent the substrate from drying out.
Portobello mushroomFruiting temperature: 16-25 ºRelative humidity: 90-95%Lighting required: 500 lux
Mico Box Portobello mushroom Features:Portobello mushroom (Agaricus Brunnescens) mycological cultivation kit: bag-greenhouse containing the mycelium (mushroom seed) and the substrate suitable for the cultivation of this mycological species.Dimensions: plastic bag-greenhouse (45 cm x 27 cm x 15 cm). Weight: 6-7 kg.Indicative calendar (availability of the production kit): all year round except July and August.