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Mushrooms


Mushrooms bought in supermarkets are generally mass-produced indoors and taste very bland compared to those grown outdoors. Growing your own mushrooms is easier than you think with our special kits - you don't need any specialist equipment and we'll send you detailed instructions of how to grow mushrooms successfully.



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Mushroom 'White Cap Button'

Agaricus bisporus

Why not try something a little bit different, and grow your own mushrooms? Mushroom growing may seem complicated but our easy to grow spawn is provided with detailed instructions and require no specialist equipment.


White Cap mushrooms are the common form of this much used vegetable that we are all familiar with.


Grain spawn is available all year and enables growers to follow traditional methods of growing on composted manure. Using this method mushrooms may be grown outdoors or indoors in controlled conditions. Sow outside from spring to August, or sow indoors with an even temperature of around 16C (50F), and not below 10C or above 20C. Supplied with full cultural instructions.


     Click here to download full White Cap Mushroom growing instructions.

Useful links:

How to grow mushrooms

More info
    • 100g mushroom spawn

    • Despatch: By end of July 2014
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    • £8.99

Mushroom 'Brown Cap Button' (Portabella)

Agaricus bisporus

Why not try something a little bit different, and grow your own mushrooms? Mushroom growing may seem complicated but our easy to grow kits are provided with detailed instructions and require no specialist equipment.


Brown Cap or Portabella mushrooms are an old fashioned variety. Its firm texture and enhanced nutty flavour offer alternatives to white button mushrooms.


Grain spawn is available all year and enables growers to follow traditional methods of growing on composted manure. Using this method mushrooms may be grown outdoors or indoors in controlled conditions. Sow outside from spring to August, or sow indoors with an even temperature of around 16C (50F), and not below 10C or above 20C. Supplied with full cultural instructions.


     Click here to download full Brown Cap Mushroom growing instructions.

Useful links:

How to grow mushrooms

More info
    • 100g mushroom spawn

    • Despatch: By end of July 2014
    •  
    • £8.99