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CHICKEN OF THE WOODS MUSHROOM PLUG

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$18.95
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SKU: M24

Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, douglas fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, self-life mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), chicken of the woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6-12 months; the stump will begin to decompose and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. Cannot ship to Hawaii. 100 Plugs
Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, douglas fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, self-life mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), chicken of the woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6-12 months; the stump will begin to decompose and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. 100 Plugs

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Short Description Chicken of the Woods grows on softwoods including hemlocks, douglas fir, true firs, and spruce. Stumps, rather than cut logs, are the recommended candidate for inoculation; logs can be used and buried vertically in sand, sawdust or gravel after incubation. Producing a multi-layered, self-life mushroom (sometimes called wood conks), chicken of the woods has an easily distinguished orange mycelium. Given the right conditions, mushrooms will form in 6-12 months; the stump will begin to decompose and mushrooms will fruit for several years thereafter. Cannot ship to Hawaii. 100 Plugs
SKU M24
Seed Varieties No

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