WANTED: Mushroom Spores any kind

dmtmindJune 14, 2008

Hi, I would like to try and grow some mushrooms outdoors in Florida. If any one has any spores to spare I would really appreciate it. Thank you

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brendan_of_bonsai(4b AK)

Not the way to do it!

I have agricus spores off of a portabello that was particularly delicious but doubt you really want to pasturize horse manure and make a go of composting it. I suggest that you get a mushroom growing kit and start with a big block of culture rather than trying to pick up from square one.

Google it.

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