Mico Kit oyster mushroom
Grow your own thistle mushrooms with this Pleorotus eryngii cultivation kit. Receive this growing bag and in a few days you will be able to start eating your own mushrooms. Ideal to get started in mushroom growing
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Do you like oyster mushrooms? Now you can easily grow them at home and eat them freshly picked!
With this MicoKit, you will receive a 4.5 kg bag of P. eryngii growing medium that can produce 2 blooms. You will be able to harvest between 800 grams and more than 1.5 kgs of mushrooms!
You only need to place it in a place of the house where it does not receive direct sunlight, ideal for growing mushrooms in galleries and for balcony holes somewhat protected.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR GROWING MICOKIT MUSHROOMSPlace the micokit in a cool place, between 10º and 20ºC, with some light. The lower the temperature the lower the yield, being a temperature of 18ºC the best cultivated, producing between 800 gr and 1.5 kg in normal conditions and leaving space the longer the growth cycle, being an ideal temperature of 18ºC. Avoid direct sun and do not place it near a radiator or other heat source.Keep the micokit closed for 7 to 10 daysAfter a week to 10 days, the first fructifications will have formed. It is time to cut the top of the bag, 2 to 3 cm above the substrate. You can place a plastic bag on top of the bag to allow light to pass through, while maintaining a slight ventilation. In this way you will keep the upper part of the substrate with the necessary humidity.One option is not to cut the upper part of the bag completely, so that this part will serve to protect the first mushroomsYou can spray the substrate with water to promote the growth of mushrooms.When you consider that each specimen has reached the desired size, use a knife to cut it carefully and leave space for other mushrooms to continue growing. Once you have harvested the first bloom, between 500 gr and 1 kg of thistle mushrooms, you should carefully remove the remains of the cut feet, water the bag again and cover it with plastic wrap to start a second bloom. To increase the production from the second bloom, you can cover the substrate with 2 or 3 cm of moistened gardening peat. The final production of mushrooms from each micokit will depend on the conditions in which it was grown, producing between 800 gr and 1.5 kg in normal conditions
. You can download the instructions for use in the attached documents tab. In 2 weeks you can harvest your first thistle mushrooms!
The production depends a lot on factors such as humidity and temperature so you must follow the instructions we provide you to get a good production of thistle mushrooms.