There are several ways to grow gray oyster mushrooms that you can bluegoba follow but the easiest way is to use mushroom chunks.
- The gray oyster mushroom industry is increasingly attracting the attention of farmers due to low production costs but very high returns. It also has a high and wide market potential.
- The cultivation of oyster mushrooms not only involves business entrepreneurs but it is also a hobby for those who are interested in agriculture but do not have a large area of land nerds rope.
- Apart from gray oyster mushrooms, there are also several other mushrooms that are cultivated commercially, namely
- white oyster mushrooms, abalone mushrooms, shitake mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, monkey ear mushrooms, rice straw mushrooms and button mushrooms.
- Among these mushrooms, gray oyster mushroom is the most widely cultivated type of mushroom in Malaysia magic mushrooms canada.
- If you are interested in trying to cultivate or grow these gray oyster mushrooms, the planting method that you can follow is to use mushroom chunks.
- These mushroom blocks can be purchased with a mushroom operator or you can also make your own mushroom blocks.
Using the mushrooms purchased is easier for those who are new to the field of mushroom cultivation. However,
the selection of mushroom chunks plays an important role in the production of mushrooms. Mature or semi -mature blocks will produce faster than young/new blocks.
- Mushroom chunks are sold at a price of around RM2 to RM5 per chunk. You can make a purchase directly from the supplier or online.
- Each mushroom chunk is capable of producing 6 to 10 times the yield cycle depending on how the chunk is cared for.
- Once the required mushroom chunks have been purchased, follow the steps on how to grow
- these gray oyster mushrooms to ensure that the mushroom chunks produce maximum yields.
- The color of the mature mushroom lumps is completely white. If the block you have is not white, or only half white this means your block is immature.
To mature it, keep your block upright until the whole block is white.
- Dig the mouth of the block using an excavator dipped in salt water to remove excess mushroom seeds and dirt.
- Once your block is mature, lay your block in a dim place and less sunlight and open the lid of the block. Make sure the area is well ventilated and moist.
- If the weather is dry or hot, spray water on the body part of your mushroom chunks 3-5 times a day.
- DO NOT spray water on the mouth of the mushroom block and DO NOT spray water on the newly grown mushrooms. Green fungus is likely to fill the mouth of your mushroom chunk if it comes in contact with water.
- Mushrooms can be harvested after 3-4 days of growing. Harvesting can be done by shaking the mushrooms from left to right several times until the mushroom roots are pulled out.
- After harvesting the mushrooms, dig a few blocks to ensure that the remnants of the mushroom roots are not left behind.
- Cover the mouth of the mushroom chunks with a tissue or cover the chunks for 7-10 days until the chunks turn white again.
- This is intended to rest the chunks for the next mushroom production process.
After the block is rested.
- open the lid of the block to get the second mushroom hasin (second cycle).