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Enoki do best in a cooler climate. The substrate needs to be kept warmer between 16 and 20 degrees during colonisation and then dropped to 0-8 degrees for fruiting. You can use straw or sawdust mixed with wheat bran and coffee grounds, check out the resources section on my website. The simplest containers to hold the substrate are old 2 liter drink bottles with the tops cut off. You can use either the Rye Grain or Liquid culture. The liquid culture is better suited to the BRF(Brown Rice Flour) Cakes. Grain will colonise the straw and saw dust substrates faster.
Enoki will also grow on hard wood logs in much the same way as Shiitake. They will also grow on Douglas Fir. Use the dowels in the same fasion as for Shiitake.
Enoki are enjoyed dry or fresh as a snack food item.
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.
If you wish to grow on Sawdust for either business or pleasure contact John at John Fairweather Specialty timber supplies.
I may run out of grain spawn occasionally until I can get an idea of how much I need to produce.
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I have just completed my new lab. If I get good feedback and sales I will continue with current pricing and aim for same day shipping. Lead time is about 3-4 weeks weeks. Enough to inoculate 5-10 substrate bags.NZ$ 14.00