Mushroom growth on "waste" effluent

Dave Jefferies Dave at tuber.demon.co.uk
Fri Jun 21 13:22:54 EST 1996


In article <4q871h$6jf at news-e2d.gnn.com>, Todd Leopold
<SLeopold at gnn.com> writes
>I am writing to your group to ask if anyone has experience with 
>growing edible mushrooms on solid wastes.  I know from my readings 
>that Hericium Erinaceus and Lentinus Edodes grow rather well on a 
>mixture of soil, used brewing grains, and solid brewing wastes, but 
>I was hoping that someone may have conducted in-depth research in 
>this area.
>
I have had reports of Lepista nuda (Blewitt) fruiting on piles of spent
hops. Not seen it myself and I don't know of exact conditions but the
person who has seen this over a number of years is reliablee

Dave Jefferies
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