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lion’s mane seeds

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Thanvi Shroomness Lion's Mane Mushroom Premium Grain Spawn (Seeds) 200 grams Lion's.

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Lion’s Mane mushrooms grow on hardwoods, particularly oaks. In northern latitudes, it can be found on maples. This delectable mushroom is currently being studied for its medicinal properties, and a patent has recently been awarded for its production of nerve growth stimulant factors.

The material upon which the mushroom mycelium is growing is a select blend of hardwood sawdust and chips. Lion’s Mane mycelium (the white fuzzy stuff) is not as dense as most mushroom species. As fragile as the mycelium appears, it is truly amazing how large mushrooms can grow from this loose “mycelial platform”.

Please note that Mushroom plugs ship directly from our supplier, and are perishable; therefore they are not returnable or refundable. Price includes shipping via USPS.

Ideal wood type: Oak, Chestnut, Maple, Birch, Willow Do NOT use: Cedar, Redwood, Cypress, Fruit Trees, or Conifers

Stack criss-cross in full shade during the colonization period, preferably off the ground (a pallet works well for this). Keep your logs in full shade in a place with access to water. Keep your logs outside in the elements and do not cover them. Let the rain fall on them. DO NOT ALLOW THE LOGS TO DRY OUT! However, it is not necessary to soak the logs during the colonization period, unless it is exceedingly dry (If you do not receive rain at least once every 2 weeks, you will need to water your logs). If necessary, a deep soaking is best. This means 12-24 hours of rain, sprinkler, soaker hose or roll them into a stream, pond, kiddie pool, barrel, bath tub, watering trough, etc. Note: The chlorine in municipal water will not hurt the logs. Make sure the bark dries out between soakings. Remember, fewer deeper soakings are best.

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