All-In-One substrate Bag

All-In-One substrate Bag

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Growing on Bulk Substrates

Want to grow more mushrooms? Growing mushrooms on a bulk substrate is necessary for a high mushroom yield. Mushrooms require a high-quality bulk substrate to perform well. By using a substrate that is rich in organic matter, you can provide the mycelium with everything it needs to thrive and make mushrooms grow. We guarantee you will have a high mushroom yield with our products.

All-In-One Mushroom Substrate

Buying mushroom substrate that is already prepared can save you a lot of time and effort when mushroom farming- especially when space is limited. Our soybean hull and coco coir substrate is the perfect medium for growing a variety of mushrooms. Coco coir is a natural fiber derived from coconut husks. This substrate is ideal for indoor growing.

Each bag weighs approximately 3lbs. It comes pre-sterilized and is ready to use, so all you need to do is add your spores. This substrate is perfect for beginners and experts alike.

Different Substrates for Different Mushrooms

Choosing the correct substrate is critical to optimizing mushroom yield. Mushroom substrate recipe can vary depending on the type of mushroom you are trying to grow. For example, shiitake mushrooms prefer a substrate that is wood-based.

Choosing the right substrate is important for a successful mushroom crop. Our coco coir substrate is perfect for a variety of mushroom species and is easy to use. Dung-loving mushrooms do extremely well on our coco coir mushroom substrate. If you are unsure of what type of substrate to use for your mushroom farming operation, feel free to reach out to us!

Growing mushrooms on Coco Coir

One of the best substrates for growing mushrooms is coco coir. Coco coir can be used as a substrate for many different types of mushrooms. Coco coir is a natural fiber derived from coconut husks and is a waste product of coconut production. It is a common material and environmentally friendly substrate that is renewable and sustainable. Coco coir is also pH-balanced, rich in organic matter, and holds moisture well, all of which are important for mushroom growth.

Coco coir is an excellent substrate for indoor mushroom cultivation. It is easy to use and control due to its consistency. Our coco coir is already sterile and hydrated to field capacity. It does not need to be pasteurized. Simply add your grain spawn to the coco coir and you are ready to start growing mushrooms. Coco coir is the most low-maintenance substrate of all!


What is the best amount of spore to bags?

The recommended amount of liquid culture or spores to add to an all-in-one kit is about 2-3ml of a syringe. There is no perfectly proper amount.

What is the ideal temperature for incubating mycelium?

The ideal temperature for incubating mycelium is 65-70 degrees Fahrenheit. The mycelium does not need heat.

What is the recipe for this Bulk Substrate?

The mix we use consists of soybean hull, coco coir, and a small amount of vermiculite to increase water holding capacity. The substrate is hydrated to field capacity for ideal moisture content.

Why shouldn't I grow mushrooms on Manure?

Growing mushrooms on something like cow manure is not recommended because it can harbor harmful bacteria and pathogens that can contaminate your mushroom crop.

How long will it take for the mycelium to colonize the substrate?

It usually takes 7-14 days for the mycelium to colonize the substrate. However, this time frame can vary depending on the species of mushroom, the size of the container, and the amount of spawn used.

What is the best way to store this substrate?

This substrate should be stored in a cool, dark place. We recommend storing it in a clean plastic bag or container

What are some uses for Spent Mushroom Substrate?

Spent mushroom substrate can be used as a soil amendment or as mulch. It is high in nutrients and will improve the quality of your soil. It can also be used to grow other types of mushrooms.

Can I use this in a monotub?

Yes! This substrate can be used to fill a monotub.

How long will this substrate last?

This substrate will last indefinitely if stored properly. We recommend using it within 1 year of purchase for best results.

Have more questions?

Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to answer any questions you have about our coco coir substrate. We are always here to help you grow the perfect mushroom crop!

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