Caring For Wine Caps – Tips On Growing Wine Cap Mushrooms

By Liz Baessler Mushrooms are an uncommon but very worthwhile crop to grow in your garden. Some mushrooms cannot be cultivated and can only be found in the wild, but plenty of varieties are easy to grow and a great addition to your yearly produce haul. Growing wine cap mushrooms is very easy and rewarding, as long as you provide them with the right conditions. Keep reading to learn more about how to grow wine cap mushrooms and wine cap mushroom cultivation. How to Grow Wine Cap Mushrooms Wine cap mushroom cultivation works best if you buy a kit of material that’s been inoculated with mushroom spores. Start in the spring to ensure a harvest sometime during the growing season. Wine cap mushrooms (Stropharia rugosoannulata) grow best outdoors in a sunny location. To create a raised mushroom bed, lay out a border at least 10 inches high made of cinder

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