• Black Morel Outdoor Mushroom Spawn Kit (6lbs)  - BML6
  • Black Morel Outdoor Mushroom Spawn Kit (6lbs)  - BML6
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Start your outdoor Black Morel (Morchella Importuna) garden with our Morel Mushroom spawn kit. This outdoor mushroom spawn patch kit can be used to directly inoculate prepared outdoor mushroom beds. The rye berries and Soy Husk/Sawdust are bound together with mushroom tissue or “mycelium.” Mycelium is the sometimes beige, brown or white fluffy material covering the outside of the block.

Also visible are the small orange sclerotia. A morel sclerotium is a hard mass of compressed mycelium that normally forms underground during the late spring and summer. It is thought to be a dormant structure in the morel lifecycle that allows it to over-winter. It is also theorized that the sclerotia is a preliminary stage to mushroom formation. Allowing morels to pop out of the ground as soon as conditions are favorable.

Use this kit to plant in the early Summer or fall. The rye berries provides all the energy to grow sclerotia in our soy/sawdust mix, so this kit can sit for a few months before planting outdoors if desired.

This strain has been successfully fruited in a garden habitat. However, even with the formation of mycelium and sclerotium there are many factors that will influence the formation of morel fruits. For that reason, we can't guarantee mushrooms will grow but experimenting is how many have done this before!

For best results plant the block as described in the directions included with spawn kit. Areas where morel mushrooms are found locally are more likely to have success growing black morels outdoors from spawn. Even in good conditions morel spawn might not fruit for a full year after planting. Morels are perennial and once successfully fruited they will return for many years!



Includes:

  • 6 pound colonized Rye/Sawdust Blend
  • Instructions to give you the best possible chance of success

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    Start your outdoor Black Morel (Morchella Importuna) garden with our Morel Mushroom spawn kit. This outdoor mushroom spawn patch kit can be used to directly inoculate prepared outdoor mushroom beds. The rye berries and Soy Husk/Sawdust are bound together with mushroom tissue or “mycelium.” Mycelium is the sometimes beige, brown or white fluffy material covering the outside of the block.

    Also visible are the small orange sclerotia. A morel sclerotium is a hard mass of compressed mycelium that normally forms underground during the late spring and summer. It is thought to be a dormant structure in the morel lifecycle that allows it to over-winter. It is also theorized that the sclerotia is a preliminary stage to mushroom formation. Allowing morels to pop out of the ground as soon as conditions are favorable.

    Use this kit to plant in the early Summer or fall. The rye berries provides all the energy to grow sclerotia in our soy/sawdust mix, so this kit can sit for a few months before planting outdoors if desired.

    This strain has been successfully fruited in a garden habitat. However, even with the formation of mycelium and sclerotium there are many factors that will influence the formation of morel fruits. For that reason, we can't guarantee mushrooms will grow but experimenting is how many have done this before!

    For best results plant the block as described in the directions included with spawn kit. Areas where morel mushrooms are found locally are more likely to have success growing black morels outdoors from spawn. Even in good conditions morel spawn might not fruit for a full year after planting. Morels are perennial and once successfully fruited they will return for many years!



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