Kevin MacBearach wrote:
John, what you said would be easy for me since I work in the meat dept. of New Seasons (Oregon's version of Whole Foods), and I can get lots of varieties of mushrooms and in large amounts for free. I've never heard of this technique before, is it new? Should a mushroom inoculated pile be in the sun, shade, or partial for best results? Does the season have anything to do with the effectiveness of this method? This sounds a lot like using bokashi. Do you know if blended mushroom juice is more, or less effective in composting than say using IMO?
Kevin MacBearach wrote: All animals poop and pee in, or near rivers all over the world, don't see how people can control that, or would want to. Besides, here in Oregon there's stuff going in the rivers a hell of a lot worse that animal feces.
So I wonder if John Elliot would expect to have mushrooms growing in the areas where he intends to use his compost?