Mother Earth News has listings in the back of the magazine that you can order spores and supplies from. Also, try to contact the good people at 'Primordia Mushroom Farm' in Lenhartsville to see if they can offer you some sound advice or connections. Sorry I can't be of more help-We hunt this regions wonderful bounty wild mushrooms but, have not yet cultivated them for our own.
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To: [address removed]
Subject: [penn-permaculture] Mushroom cultivation
Date: Wed, 7 Nov[masked]:23:51 -0500
I plan on learning a lot more about mushrooms this fall/winter, & I'm interested in growing edible mushrooms indoors this season & outdoors in spring/summer/fall next year.
Does anyone have experience in this in the Philadelphia climate who could share? Pitfalls, lessons, etc.
And also, does anyone have any spores for edible mushrooms they could share, as I understand the spores on a single print are in the gajillions!
Thanks a lot!
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