Brand new to our mushroom catalog is the amazing Brown Beech, otherwise known as Buna Shimeji! Our Brown Beech Mushroom Grow Kits are the easiest way to enjoy the delicious, savory, nutty flavor and the health benefits of this difficult to find mushroom.

Our 5 pound grow kits use a proprietary mix of hardwood & grain spawn. Using only first generation mycelium, our colonized bags produce around 2.5-3 pounds of mushrooms. Easy to use, just cut and mist or place the bag in a clear tote along with a small amount of water and mist daily.

Includes:

  • 5 pound colonized spawn bag
  • Pump Mister
  • Simple Instructions

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    The Brown Beech Mushroom Grow Kit is the easiest way to grow your own Brown Beech (Buna Shimeji) mushrooms to include in your next homemade meal!

    Our 5 pound grow kits use a proprietary mix of hardwood & grain spawn. Using only first generation mycelium, our colonized bags produce around 2.5-3 pounds of mushrooms. Easy to use, just cut and mist or place the bag in a clear tote along with a small amount of water and mist daily.

    Includes:

    • 5 pound colonized spawn bag
    • Ultra-fine pump mister
    • Simple Instructions

    To get the best yield results with our gourmet mushroom grow kits, we recommend using one of our monotubs. Check them out here!

    You can also use one of our humidity domes. Find those here!

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    Fruiting Temperatures: 64-78 degrees

    Light Cycle: 12 hours of light per day

    Water Cycle: Spray with water 1-2 times per day using included ultra-fine pump mister

    Average Yield: 2.5-3 pounds of mushrooms (wet weight)

    Brown Beech: Also referred to as the Buna Shimeji, this mushroom has gained popularity for its deliciously nutty flavor that compliments its crunchy texture. Best when stir-fried and served with soup or noodle dishes! Native to the East Asian regions, Brown Beech has become more commonly cultivated in North American and European regions. Brown Beech received its name from its wild habitat of decaying beech trees.

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    Not my first time growing brown beech but this is the largest amount I've grown with one block. Produced large mushrooms also