Full text of "Paul Stamets Growing Gourmet And Medicinal Mushrooms "To see further, we stand on the shoulders of giants. Knowledge is power. Why try to reinvent the wheel when we can learn from the failures, successes, and triumphs of others? This applies to mushroom cultivation just the same. Every grower needs a few good mushroom books on their shelf.
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Growing Gourmet and Medicinal Mushrooms (3rd) [Paperback]
Oct 05, Jodynterry Gossner rated it really liked it? GGMM is over pages long, with 25 in-depth chapters covering everything from growing outdoors and the roles mushrooms play in nature. I allow to create an account. Grow it.This is the best available book for any specialty mushroom grower interested in more than shiitake. The new book also uses a two-column format mostly and generally short chapters that make for easier reading. Training hard doesn't have to mean fueling The next few chapters provide the background and discuss the techniques for doing just that.
Friend Reviews. Helping me become a home mushroom hobbyist - the book is really aimed at more commercial growers his "recipe" for substrate calls for lb of sawdust and 50 lb of wood chipssadly not great either, but the growth habits of many musjrooms mushrooms are laid out individually which is helpful. Error rating book. Not bad.
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Our copy of the earlier edition of this book was used, reused, and loaned out so often that at this moment we have no idea where it is. Our comparison of this edition to the old one will thus be based, in part, on the review from our January issue. The key difference is that this latest edition adds cultivation information for seven more species, bringing the total to The latest additions are:. Most of the other changes involve the addition of details and updates on techniques and procedures that should make things work more smoothly and successfully for you. As before, the largest portion of the book covers growth parameters for each species. Each species gets several pages of discussion with subsections titled as follows:.
Every grower needs a few good mushroom books on their shelf. Paul starts with the history of mushrooms and their role in nature. A Guide to Wild Fruits of Borneo. The book is also beautifully designed and ripe with gorgeous full color photos. Photo by Dusty Yao-Stamets.
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Did andd know that "some mushrooms smell like radishes, some like apricots. I plan to start growing mushrooms soon so this was extremely helpful. Beginningasa childplayfullyinterestedinpuffballfungi,hewentontopursueaneducationandcareer infieldofmycology. I have successfully cultivated blue oyster and reishi mushrooms following the guidance given in this book.
The latest additions are: Agaricus blazei Himematsutake Agaricus brunnescens Portobello Pleurotus tuberregium Trametes versicolor turkey tail Tremella fuciformis white jelly Sparassis crispa cauliflower Morchella angusticeps morel Most of the other changes involve the addition of details and updates on techniques and procedures that should make things work more smoothly and successfully for you. The new book contains just as many details, but it is written in a more readable manner that somehow seems less formidable. Add to Wishlist. The details on outdoor growing far exceed the information in the old stand-by, Mushrooms in the Garden by Hellmut Steineck?