Ready To Grow Oyster Mushroom Kit


We are excited to announce that our “Ready to Grow” kits! These kits offer a convenient and enjoyable way to experience the delicious flavor and health benefits of mushrooms. Our kits, which weigh 5 pounds and utilize a special blend of hardwood and grain spawn, are designed to produce a yield of approximately 2.5-3 pounds of mushrooms using only first-generation mycelium. With easy-to-follow instructions, these kits require only a few simple steps: just cut and mist or place the bag in a clear tote with a small amount of water and mist daily. In addition, our kits are also compatible with our Ecosphere systems, providing a versatile and eco-friendly growing option.


Hey there, mushroom-growing newbie! When you receive your kit, be sure to get it out of the shipping box as soon as possible to let your little mushroom friends breathe. To give them some extra space, unfold the top of the bag, and make sure that the filter patch isn’t blocked. This simple step will help your mushrooms keep thriving until you’re ready to get your fruiting block growing. So get ready to take care of your kit and watch your mushrooms flourish!

Temperature 55-75°F  |  13-24°C
Humidity (Phase 1: Primordia) 95-100%
Humidity (Phase 2: Fruitbody) 85-95%
CO2 Sensitivity (Phase 1: Primordia) <1,000 ppm
CO2 Sensitivity (Phase 2: Fruitbody) <1,000 ppm
  If you're not planning to use your block immediately, you can store it in the refrigerator for up to 6 months!
Did you know that all it takes to start the growth cycle for the blue oyster mushroom is a change in environmental conditions, such as humidity, light, temperature, and changes to oxygen and CO2 levels? Pretty cool, right? To give them the best chance of success, we recommend growing your blue oyster block in a fruiting chamber like a monotub or martha tent, which will help control the environment and decrease the risk of contamination. To get the right conditions, you can find all the environmental parameters you need in the specifications tab, so you can create the perfect growing environment for your blue oyster mushrooms. When it's time to start fruiting, simply slice the bag with a diagonal line or an X and place the block face up. Just keep in mind that blue oyster mushrooms are prone to forming long stems and small caps when CO2 levels are too high, so be sure to maintain the right conditions. When it comes to harvesting, it's best to do it when the caps are still slightly turned under, which will extend the shelf life of your mushrooms. So go ahead and give it a try - I can't wait to see how your blue oyster mushrooms turn out!
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