Spawn bags

Spawn bags

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    Shiitake have been raised in the Far East for over 6,000 years, and used for food and medicine since prehistoric times. Shiitake mushrooms first became available in the U.S. in 1940. The name "shiitake" comes from the Japanese "shii take" meaning "shii mushroom". Shii is a Japanese tree related to the oak and beech on which these mushrooms are seen most often in nature. Dried shiitake are great to cook with, are a great source of multiple dietary vitamins, and can store for upwards of a year without spoiling.
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    The Purple Mystic mushroom originates from East Plant City Florida. According to the original cultivator, Purple Mystics have a higher concentration of psilocybin, thus they are more potent than all other Psilocyvbe cubensis mushroom varieties.      
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    Grow your own edible pink oyster mushrooms with a 10cc liquid culture syringe.
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    Elm Oyster Mushrooms are a great non-meat source of protein, rivaling beans and any other vegetable source. They are low in available carbohydrates and have less than 5% dry weight fats. Depending on the substrate on which they grow, Elm oyster mushrooms can contain a number of essential minerals including magnesium, iron, manganese and zinc.