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The Mushroom Fan Club children's book Canada

The Mushroom Fan Club

$19.95

From the fun-to-stomp puffballs to the prince of the stinkers—the stinkhorn mushroom—and the musically inclined chanterelles, Gravel shares her knowledge of this fascinating kingdom by bringing each species to life in full felt-tip-marker glory.  Fostering the spirit of creativity and curiosity, The Mushroom Fan Club promises to inspire kids to look more closely at the world around them and to seek out all of life’s little treasures, stinky or not!

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chicken of the woods laeptiporouswood dowels mushroom plug spawn

Chicken of the Woods (for Conifers) Plug Spawn

$21.89$59.98
$16.42$44.99

*For Advanced or Experimental Growers*  Wood dowels inoculated with Chicken of the Woods mycelium for planting into coniferous logs.  Best results are achieved through “pre-treating” freshly cut logs before inoculation by steaming, boiling or pressure cooking, then partially burying the logs once well-colonized.  Note:  Some people have gastrointestinal distress eating this gourmet edible mushroom.  Cook well and eat a small amount the first time.

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chicken of the woods laeptiporouswood dowels mushroom plug spawn

Chicken of the Woods (for Hardwoods) Plug Spawn

$21.89$59.98
$16.42$44.99

*For Advanced or Experimental Growers*  Wood dowels inoculated with Chicken of the Woods mycelium for planting into hardwood logs.  Best results are achieved through “pre-treating” freshly cut oak logs before inoculation by steaming, boiling or pressure cooking, then partially burying the logs once well-colonized.  Note:  Some people have gastrointestinal distress eating this gourmet edible mushroom.  Cook well and eat a small amount the first time.

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Maitake Hen of the Woods mushroom plug spawnwood dowels mushroom plug spawn

Maitake Plug Spawn

$21.89$59.98
$16.42$44.99

*For Advanced or Experimental Growers* Wood dowels inoculated with maitake mycelium for log cultivation. Best results are achieved through “pre-treating” freshly cut oak logs before inoculation by steaming, boiling or pressure cooking, then partially burying the logs once well-colonized.