Plug spawn is mycelium grown into hardwood dowels which can be easily tapped into holes drilled into logs or stumps. Plug spawn is a fun, easy way to get started growing mushrooms. Using a 5/16" drill bit, simply drill a 1" holes in a log and tap the plugs in. This type of project takes longer to grow but can be started any time of year and all the species we sell do well in cold climates. We recommend Fall inoculation for Spring mushrooms.  A general rule of thumb is that a bag of 200 plugs will inoculate about 20 linear feet or 6 logs about 3 feet long.

Includes:

  • 200 Hardwood mycelium Plugs 
  • 1" long and 5/16" wide
  • Ready for use! 

Current Varieties in Stock:

  • Shiitake
  • Lion's Mane
  • Chicken of the Woods
  • Red Reishi
  • Maitake (Hen of the Woods)

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    Plug spawn is mycelium grown into hardwood dowels which can be easily

    tapped into holes drilled into logs or stumps. Plug spawn is a fun,

    easy way to get started growing mushrooms. Using a 5/16" drill bit,

    simply drill a 1" holes in a log and tap the plugs in. This type of

    project takes longer to grow but can be started any time of year and all

    the species we sell do well in cold climates. We recommend Fall

    inoculation for Spring mushrooms. A general rule of thumb is that a bag

    of 200 plugs will inoculate about 20 linear feet or 6 logs about 3 feet

    long.

    Current Varieties in Stock:

    • Shiitake
    • Lion's Mane
    • Chicken of the Woods
    • Red Reishi
    • Maitake (Hen of the Woods)



    White Pearl Oyster: This is another easy way to grow oyster mushrooms. The white pearl oyster variety grows particularly fast and is usually bright white to light grey when fully mature. These produce medium sized mushrooms that are not too thick and not too thin. This is a great choice if you want an oyster mushroom that can be used in any recipe. They grow in temperatures ranging from 64-77 degrees, but do best on the cooler side.