Shiitake grown in 'fridge
Graham at mentec.demon.co.uk
Tue Aug 27 10:31:59 EST 1996
About a month ago I put a Shiitake block into the refrigerator to get
it fruiting again. The block had had a few weeks resting since it
first fruited. I then went away on holiday and forgot about it.
When I took a look at it today two well-formed fruit-bodies about 8 cm
diameter have appeared.
If I propagate these mushrooms, will I have a variety which will
consistently fruit at low temperatures? Do mushrooms generally fruit
outside their "normal" temperature ranges, but just less prolifically?
Graham Orme Maldon Environmental Technology Limited
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