The easiest way to grow mushrooms at home is with a five gallon bucket full of coffee grounds, and some Oyster Mushroom spawn.   Spent coffee grounds can almost always be obtained free from a nearby coffee shop. Oyster mushroom spawn can be purchased online from Amazon or from a mushroom lab near you. Detailed instructions for putting together a five gallon mushroom farm can be found   http://www.stormthecastle.com/terrarium/how-to-grow-mushrooms.htm

The easiest way to grow mushrooms at home is with a five gallon bucket full of coffee grounds, and some Oyster Mushroom spawn. Spent coffee grounds can almost always be obtained free from a nearby coffee shop. Oyster mushroom spawn can be purchased online from Amazon or from a mushroom lab near you. Detailed instructions for putting together a five gallon mushroom farm can be found http://www.stormthecastle.com/terrarium/how-to-grow-mushrooms.htm

How to Grow Oyster Mushroom Spawn (Low Tech)

How to Grow Oyster Mushroom Spawn (Low Tech)

The easiest way to grow mushrooms at home is with a five gallon bucket full of coffee grounds, and some Oyster Mushroom spawn.   Spent coffee grounds can almost always be obtained free from a nearby coffee shop. Oyster mushroom spawn can be purchased online from Amazon or from a mushroom lab near you. Detailed instructions for putting together a five gallon mushroom farm can be found   http://www.stormthecastle.com/terrarium/how-to-grow-mushrooms.htm

The easiest way to grow mushrooms at home is with a five gallon bucket full of coffee grounds, and some Oyster Mushroom spawn. Spent coffee grounds can almost always be obtained free from a nearby coffee shop. Oyster mushroom spawn can be purchased online from Amazon or from a mushroom lab near you. Detailed instructions for putting together a five gallon mushroom farm can be found http://www.stormthecastle.com/terrarium/how-to-grow-mushrooms.htm

Growing mushrooms in coffee grounds is simple and easy and in this DIY you'll learn how to grow your own mushrooms at home.

How to Grow Mushrooms in Used Coffee Grounds

Growing mushrooms in coffee grounds is simple and easy and in this DIY you'll learn how to grow your own mushrooms at home.

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$21.95 - Blue Oyster mushroom plug spawn. Just ordered 4/29/2012.

$21.95 - Blue Oyster mushroom plug spawn. Just ordered 4/29/2012.

Learn how to grow mushrooms on straw. Complete and easy instructions for growing your own delicious mushrooms!

Learn how to grow mushrooms on straw. Complete and easy instructions for growing your own delicious mushrooms!

Pearl Oyster Mushroom Mycelium Plug Spawn - 100 Count - Grow Edible Gourmet &...

Pearl Oyster Mushroom Mycelium Plug Spawn - 100 Count - Grow Edible Gourmet

Pearl Oyster Mushroom Mycelium Plug Spawn - 100 Count - Grow Edible Gourmet &...

MUSHROOM KIT - ordering this now.... so worth the $ if you love mushrooms :O)

MUSHROOM KIT - ordering this now.... so worth the $ if you love mushrooms :O)

Growing Oyster Mushrooms in a Laundry Basket #cooking #kitchen

Oyster Mushrooms in a Laundry Basket

Grow mushrooms with 2 day watersoaked cardboard and day-of coffee grounds layered lasagna style n mushroom spawn | In

HOW TO: Grow your own mushrooms from recycled cardboard and coffee grounds

Grow mushrooms with 2 day watersoaked cardboard and day-of coffee grounds layered lasagna style n mushroom spawn | In

Grow pounds of oyster mushrooms right in your home with fairly little effort and just a small amount of space. All you need is 16 square feet, a few plastic buckets, an organic material to the grow the mushrooms on, like spent coffee grounds, and some spawn. Use recycled or salvaged items and this hobby …

Indoor Oyster Mushrooms: Big Yield, Small Spaces

Grow pounds of oyster mushrooms right in your home with fairly little effort and just a small amount of space. All you need is 16 square feet, a few plastic buckets, an organic material to the grow the mushrooms on, like spent coffee grounds, and some spawn. Use recycled or salvaged items and this hobby …

I am aware many people forage for mushrooms, however the way my family eats mushrooms I would have to pick daily and with seasonal changes would never catch up

I am aware many people forage for mushrooms, however the way my family eats mushrooms I would have to pick daily and with seasonal changes would never catch up

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