Cultivation Difficulty: Difficult
Substrates: straw, manure, compost
Temperature: Colonizing / Fruiting – 70-80 / 55-65
Strain Origin: N. America; Europe
Description: The Cremini mushroom is a small version of the Portobello common to your local grocery store. When the Portobello fruits are small with unopened caps they are called Cremini. This particular strain has been isolated to be more flavorful and considerably denser than a simple small Portobello, Cremini. These should be harvested just as the caps begin to open for the best flavor.