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Oyster Mushroom Cultivation At Home: FREE Course

 
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Hi everyone!
I've prepared a PDF file on Oyster Mushroom Cultivation At Home (A Guide For Beginners)
This guide is very helpful because is based on my 6 years experience on mushroom cultivation. Covers step by step instructions together with 34 photos, tables, and illustrations

You can get this PDF for FREE visiting the following address: Beginner's Guide To Oyster Mushrooms Cultivation At Home

I hope it will be useful for you!

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. The Cultivation of Oyster Mushrooms
1.2. Some of the most important cultivated Oyster Mushroom species
1.2.1. Pleurotus citrinopileatus (Golden Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.2. Pleurotus cornucopiae
1.2.3. Pleurotus djamor (Flamingo, Salmon or Pink Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.4. Pleurotus eryngii (King Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.5. Pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.6. Pleurotus florida (The Florida Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.7. Pleurotus pulmonarius (Phoenix Mushroom or Indian Oyster)
1.3. The Mushroom Mycelium: What is It? and Where Can It be Purchased?

2. THE OYSTER MUSHROOM CULTIVATION PROCESS
2.1. Preparing the mushroom cultivation chamber
2.2. Material and tools needed for mushroom cultivation
2.3. Main ingredients of the mushroom cultivation compost
2.3.1. Adding Nutritional Supplements to the Substrate
2.3.2. Adding Other Supplements to the Substrate
2.3.3. Substrate Recipes
2.4. Compost Making for Oyster Mushrooms
2.5. Compost Heat Treatment
2.6. Preparing the Compost for Inoculation with Mushroom Mycelium
2.7. Adding Supplements and Mycelium to the Substrate
2.8. Preparing the Compost Bags for Incubation
2.9. The Incubation of Inoculated Compost Bags
2.10. Mushroom Fruitbody formation & Development
2.11. Harvest

3. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
3.1. Few Words about Oyster Mushroom Production
3.2. Oyster Mushroom Cultivation Problems
3.3. Oyster Mushroom Culture Pests


Cheers,
Tziricu
 
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I followed the link but I couldn't find the pdf. Am I looking in the wrong place?
 
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Hi,
believe me, you are looking in the right place. Sending the PDF is not sent automatically but manually, this means that I already sent you the information by now. Please check you're inbox.
n-joy the course. If you have any questions, feel free to put them here, on my blog or on my forum.

Cheers,
Dan
 
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It's arrived.

Thanks - it looks really useful!
 
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Be welcome, growing mushrooms it's fun and will bring you satisfaction
n-joy
 
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Oysters are the ones to start with too, they grow fast and are aggressive, dont have much problems with contams and look REALLY cool when they just get their pins:)
 
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I can't find it either?
 
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I just looked too.
 
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Hi there, i cant find the pdf . any idea where i can find it? thanks alot














dan tura wrote:Hi everyone!
I've prepared a PDF file on Oyster Mushroom Cultivation At Home (A Guide For Beginners)
This guide is very helpful because is based on my 6 years experience on mushroom cultivation. Covers step by step instructions together with 34 photos, tables, and illustrations

You can get this PDF for FREE visiting the following address: Beginner's Guide To Oyster Mushrooms Cultivation At Home

I hope it will be useful for you!

1. INTRODUCTION
1.1. The Cultivation of Oyster Mushrooms
1.2. Some of the most important cultivated Oyster Mushroom species
1.2.1. Pleurotus citrinopileatus (Golden Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.2. Pleurotus cornucopiae
1.2.3. Pleurotus djamor (Flamingo, Salmon or Pink Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.4. Pleurotus eryngii (King Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.5. Pleurotus ostreatus (Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.6. Pleurotus florida (The Florida Oyster Mushroom)
1.2.7. Pleurotus pulmonarius (Phoenix Mushroom or Indian Oyster)
1.3. The Mushroom Mycelium: What is It? and Where Can It be Purchased?

2. THE OYSTER MUSHROOM CULTIVATION PROCESS
2.1. Preparing the mushroom cultivation chamber
2.2. Material and tools needed for mushroom cultivation
2.3. Main ingredients of the mushroom cultivation compost
2.3.1. Adding Nutritional Supplements to the Substrate
2.3.2. Adding Other Supplements to the Substrate
2.3.3. Substrate Recipes
2.4. Compost Making for Oyster Mushrooms
2.5. Compost Heat Treatment
2.6. Preparing the Compost for Inoculation with Mushroom Mycelium
2.7. Adding Supplements and Mycelium to the Substrate
2.8. Preparing the Compost Bags for Incubation
2.9. The Incubation of Inoculated Compost Bags
2.10. Mushroom Fruitbody formation & Development
2.11. Harvest

3. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
3.1. Few Words about Oyster Mushroom Production
3.2. Oyster Mushroom Cultivation Problems
3.3. Oyster Mushroom Culture Pests


Cheers,
Tziricu

 
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Where is the PDF?
 
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Sorry guys, this guide was posted on a site that's gone. However, here's the link to the same guide if you want to take a look: https://mushroomclasses.com/grow-oyster-mushrooms-on-straw/
 
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Thanks,  
Has anyone tried oyster mushrooms or any kind for that matter on bamboo substrate?
 
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Never tried it but I think it's going to take a while for that bamboo to colonize. I grew them on pistachios and peanut shells once and it took forever ..
 
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Thank you.  Good point, I was planning on chipping them to a fine mulch consistency before I used them however I can't find anything on it.
 
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