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How to grow your own shiitake mushrooms | MNN – Mother Nature Network
Place the log in a shady spot in the yard where it will get rained on. Attach the tag to the log. Tom Oder Wax over the holes. The smaller size xhiitake take up to 24 shiitake spawn.
If one end of the spawn has more mycelium is whiter than the other end, place the whitest end into the hole.
Related stories on MNN: Make a tag with the name of the mushroom and the date you inoculated the log. The wax seals the hole, prevents competing fungi from entering open areas on the log and helps keep the log from drying out.
It’s because of seed savers that Glass Shiihake corn exists What to plant in a salsa garden How to troubleshoot your compost pile. Mushroom logs have few natural enemies — slugs and deer, though, will not be your friends once mushrooms appear. Use a dauber to seal the spawn with hot wax.
Using spawn to grow mushrooms is a method of propagation that involves expanding living tissue to produce genetic clones of the original specimen. Place one end on a brick or stone and let the other end lean against a tree or another object. At this point, you can tap the spawn into the log with a nail punch, though this is not necessary. The glossary and instructions below have been adapted from a workshop taught in the Atlanta area by mushroom enthusiasts Howard Berk and Todd Pittard, who call themselves 2FunGuys.
More is not better in this case regarding the number of holes you drill! Think of a mushroom as the fruit, or the reproductive spore-producing part, of the organism. Complete one row of holes and then tap the spawn in. Spawn is a vehicle used to transfer mushroom mycelium into a fresh substrate, or growing medium. Place the spawn the dowel in the hole and tap it in with the hammer.
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Drill the holes about 2 inches apart and space the rows about 2 inches apart. Once the log is fully colonized and conditions are favorable, mushrooms will pop out of the holes you have made.
Mycelium is the vegetative part of the fungal organism remember, mushrooms are a fungus. Spawn will go in holes drilled into the logs.
Drill the holes so that they form a diamond shape instead of having the holes line up all the way around the log. Log sizes suitable for growing shiitake mushrooms.
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You do not need to bring the log into the house in the winter. In long dry spells, soak the log in a bucket of water. Before soaking, let the water stand 24 hours to let chlorine to dissipate. Tom Oder Drill holes into the logs. Also, wax over the cut ends of the logs and any wounds on the log.
Wait at least two weeks to inoculate oak logs to prevent anti-fungal properties in the trees from killing the mushroom mycelium. Take a dauber, dip it into the wax, being careful not to burn your fingers, and wax over where you have hammered the spawn into the holes.
Soak the log for up to 24 hours. The mycelium takes six to 12 months to colonize the log. Moisture and nutrients evaporate from the tree in the summer.
Cut logs for mushroom growing in the winter. Buy the cheapest one you can find to use and re-use for this purpose only. Inoculate the logs Melt the wax. This convex mushroom is past its prime for picking. Logs and mushroom spawn can be ordered online from 2FunGuys and other sources.
Another way to understand how mushrooms grow is to think of them this way: If you cut logs in the winter and summer, the ones in winter will be noticeably heavier than ones of the same size cut in summer.