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  • Agrocybe parasitica
    Coming soon. One of a very few mushrooms consumed by early Maori. It was also used as a medicinal.
  • Hericium coralloides Varieties
    Coming soon. This mushroom has a crab-meat- seafood flavor. It grows on hardwood logs and grows well on sterilized sawdust and wood chip.
  • Insect Killing Fungi Species
    A group of fungi that evolved to feed on insects. Even though these fungi are natural they should only be used to kill major infestations. Some of these fungi will kill every insect they come in contact with while others will only kill specific species. One will work on the varoa mite while not harming honeybees. Please give me your feedback on these fungi. Even if you are just passing through my website I would appreciate your comments as they will need further certificates befor I can sell them as insecticides.
  • Laetiporus portentosus Tinder fungus
    Limited supply on my first batch, wood dowels only. Maori Tinder fungus. This fungus was used by early Maori and Aborigines to keep embers alive for days. Other fungal members of this family have been used to make durable hats, handbags and wallets in place of leather.
  • Laetiporus squalidus
    Coming soon. This fungi is genetically very similar to Chicken of the woods. I need to do some RND work on this fungi to make sure it is safe for human consumption. If all goes well it will be available in a few months.
  • Tremella fuciformis
    Now available wood dowels only. Jelly fungus is great to use on logs that are already rotting. It copes and grows alongside other competitors. It is also a great fungus for using on old substrates used to grow other fungi. Comes with instructions and a small bag of soy wax.
  • This fungus was used by early Maori and Aborigines to keep embers alive for days. Other fungal members of this family have been used to make durable hats, handbags and wallets in place of leather.

    Comes with instructions and a small bag of soy wax.
    NZ$35.00

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