Boletus Edulis Mycelium Fungi Forest Grow Your Own Mushrooms! B074TSSS65

Boletus Edulis Mycelium Fungi Forest Grow Your Own Mushrooms! B074TSSS65
Product Code: B074TSSS65
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Price: £68.95 £43.97
Boletus edulis is a true king of mushrooms in Polish cuisine. It is characterized by its captivating scent and excellent taste. It is used in countless sauces and goulashes, and is also sensational marinated. Also suitable for drying, it is distinguished by its noble appearance. It has a large, strongly convex, dark brown hat with white edges. Its underside is whitish at the edges, and becomes yellowish nearer to the legs. The pores are small and round and do not stain when touched. The core has a coved shape. In young mushrooms it is squat, then it is superfluous. The foot is light brown in color. It has a clear, voluminous drawing. The flesh is white, thick and concise. Boletus edulis most commonly grows in coniferous forests - among spruces and pines. But it also likes the company of oaks and beeches. The best place for a realm is the edge of the forest, because it needs the sun to grow well. To sow mycelium, dig around the tree in three holes of 30 cm in diameter and 15 cm in depth. They should be at a distance of approximately 10 trunk diameters apart. Then fill them with half-baskets, put in mycelium (1/3 pack per hole) and then fill the ground. Place around every hole a bucket of water. Mycelium is also a sugar solution. Then you have to cover the stand with the wood litter. Mushrooms can appear in the 1st or 2nd year of sowing. Mycelium is active for 3 - 4 years. Borovets noble appear from June to November. Each pack of mycelium sold in our horticultural store contains information on the rules of cultivation and the shelf-life. Please note that occasionally this item may be posted from our other EU based depots still on a free delivery bases with a recorded, traceable service (3-4 working days).

Boletus Edulis Mycelium Fungi Forest Grow Your Own Mushrooms! B074TSSS65

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