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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|