Pink Oyster Mushroom DIY Block 🍄 #shorts

Due to a lack of humidity and inefficient fresh air exchange indoors, the first crop of pink oyster mushrooms had small and wrinkled caps. The photo at the end of the video shows better development after the blocks were placed outdoors during a warm week and a few days of rain. Pink oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus Djamor) have a meaty taste when cooked and are delicious! Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus) grow on various kinds of substrates. They’re saprotrophic, feeding on dead organic matter like wood and other plant debris made of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin. The decomposition of these substances releases nutrients and minerals. There are a few parasitic oyster mushrooms that eat bacteria and nematodes. Oyster mushrooms are used in mycoremediation and are known to remove contaminants in soil, water, and wastewater. The materials below were put in a filter patch bag to make the substrate. Shake to mix and add 5 ½ cups boiling water to hydrate the pellets (Be careful!). Shake the bag. The hot water will pasteurize the substrate. Allow the block to cool for 8-12 hours. We placed the blocks in a cooler for two hours for additional pasteurization, but it’s optional. 2 ½ cups hardwood fuel pellets 1 ½ cups cotton seed hull pellets
1 cup soy pellets
1 ½ cups pink oyster grain spawn added after the block is cooled After inoculation, the block was placed in an area with temp. of 67-69 F (60-70 F is ideal) to colonize. This is the incubation period which can range from 2-3 weeks depending on the environment. Blocks were placed in a well-lit area away from direct sunlight. The cut areas of the blocks were misted with water 4-5 times daily. The process took approximately 4 ½ weeks. ✅Please do your own research and take proper precautions. ✅Make sure your working area & tools are clean & sterilized. We used 70% isopropyl alcohol to sterilize. If you’re interested in growing pink oyster mushrooms, check out the kits at @FieldandForestProducts Happy mushroom growing! 🍄🍄🍄 #fungi #mushroom #pinkoystermushroom #pleurotusostreatus #pleurotus #growfood

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