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Button and Portobello mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) are not the same species as the field mushroom (Agaricus campestris) commonly found on farms especially sheep pasture, although closely related and similar in flavour. Their needs are slightly different.
Button/Portobello needs a manure based substrate. Check the Resources page on my Website. The easiest substrate for the home and small business grower is horse manure. Aged horse manure has no real odour to it. You can use straw or Vermiculite as an additive along with some hydrated lime and gypsum. The most important thing for Button/Portobello mushrooms is the use of a casing layer once the horse manure substrate is colonised. This acts as a water reservoir for the substrate and must be hydrated at all times. If this layer is not added you will have little success.
Grain is the best way to colonise your substrate.
All prepared products leave my facility having been sterilised to 15 PSI for at least 1 full hour killing all pathogens, liquid or substrate. The only thing living in my cultures will be the mushroom mycelium.
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