Growing forest mushrooms at home: 2 methods

Some gardeners plant forest mushrooms on their plots so that they do not have to go to the forest for them in the summer. You can grow them in two ways.

The first method

You need to scatter wormy mushrooms on the area for cultivation, then you can wait for babies. To get an effective result, scattered mushrooms are sprinkled with soil and watered.

It is better to plant mushrooms at the end of May or at the beginning of June. Then next year you can wait for mushrooms. In order not to go to the forest, you can buy 1-2 kg of planting material.

The second method

To do this, you will need porcini mushrooms, buttercups, porcini mushrooms or boletus mushrooms. Cut the caps from 4-6 mushrooms and put them in a blender. Add water in a ratio of 1:1, sugar 2 tbsp and yeast 1 tbsp. Beat everything until smooth and leave in a dark place for 14 days. Then dilute 100 g of the mixture with 10 liters of water and water the area where the mushrooms should grow. It is best to choose a place under a tree.

We wrote earlier: The main treatment of currant bushes is in the spring in order to collect a large harvest in the summer.