True Morel Spores
Description: Fresh True Morel Spores in sawdust carrier. Apx 40 grams
Grow Morel Mushrooms in your yard or garden. Start any time of year with spores as long as dirt is not frozen! Create your own Morel mushroom patch!
The site should be made between the spring and fall in a climate where there is an actual change of seasons. Morel mushroom kits don't do well in tropical environments with no real winter or spring.
Sawdust spawn is per-inoculated with fresh morel mushroom spores.
Just pour kit in 5 gallons of filtered/rain water and set for 24 hours, then pour water into the best spot you can think of.
Morels are a gourmet prize that were once limited to those willing to trek through in the forest in search of these harbingers of spring. Can take 1- 2 springs to come up.
Morels grow near elm, ash, old apple, sycamore and tulip trees. In shady areas.
You will receive a mixture of several different morels to help insure the best one for your growing area.
Now you can start your own patch and know exactly where they will be. No more hunting, just picking!
Although the mycelium is a fast colonizer, it may take a few years before it produces any actual mushrooms. Growing morel mushrooms is not a hobby for the impatient.
Don't get discouraged if nothing happens the following spring. Keep the area moist. With some luck and the right conditions, you may someday have morels in your backyard!