Leigh Martin wrote:I would suggest inoculating species during a time of year that correlates with the spawn run temperature of the mushroom you want to grow.
Start with a small patch of area where you can observe mycelial growth. There is no reason why you should ‘lose’ a mushroom species that you’ve introduced, unless it is not in a compatible environment. If it’s in happy growth conditions it should stay forever.
Starting with a small patch would ensure more intentional observation and acclimatizing the species to your environment.
Leigh Martin wrote:Also consider a pond to increase humidity in a microclimate.
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