Proprietary, sterile manure substrate offers a high yield. Doesn't include mushroom culture, so users can cultivate mushrooms of their choosing. Considered user-friendly given its mix-and-grow design. Company stands behind product.
Some reports that the bag arrived either contaminated or damaged.
Premium substrate comes from a single farm that feeds horses organic food. Ideal if you want to grow but don't have the resources for large-scale growing. Works well with fully colonized spawn. Bags are clearly labeled. Arrives well-packed and damage-free.
Might not be ideal for those new to mushroom growing.
Comes with 55 large grow bags that are breathable, sealable, and autoclavable. Made with durable PE material that withstands high temperatures. Bags are on the thicker side. Can be used for indoor, greenhouse, or garden growing.
Some users felt they might be too small to use as substrate bags.
Equipped with a 0.2-micron filter patch that promotes gas exchange. Thick, tear-resistant bags withstand high temperatures of the sterilization process. Space-savvy way to grow without compromising on growth potential.
Occasional reports that bags were not as durable as expected.
Thick, durable polypropylene bags can support between 5-10 pounds of mushroom spawn. Hold up well to heavy handling. Bags have breathable filter patches for aeration and nourishment. Bags can be closed with a tie or an impulse sealer.
A few users felt the filter didn't facilitate an effective gas exchange.
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