Fresh Seeds Boletus Pinophilus (White) Mushroom, Mycelium Spores, Easy to Grow, VEGETARIAN FOOD - 0.35 Oz
Woodland, Fly Agaric Mushroom, Fungus
The white boletus mushroom is one of the most desirable mushrooms in the kitchen of housewives. Its flesh does not darken during heat treatment, and its taste and smell become even richer after drying. Mushrooms often grow in families of up to 40 pieces under deciduous or coniferous trees, but grow less well under fruit trees. Too wet places do not suit them - boletuses like soil with good drainage (pH 6.7-7). The color of the cap varies from light to dark brown, and its diameter can sometimes reach 30 cm!
White Beaver Mushroom: PRACTICES OF PLANTING AND CARING Remove the top 30 cm of soil in an area of about 1-1.5 sq. m. with a tree in the center. Then in the pit pour in layers: leaf litter (up to 10 cm thick); earth from under the tree, mixed with humus (about 10 cm thick); grain mycelium; plant residues (3 cm); garden soil (3 cm). Water by drip as needed at a rate of 15-20 liters/sq. m.
CHARACTERISTICS Features:Most coveted by mushroom growers Planting time: March-Apr-Sen-Oct Maturation: May-Sen Maturity: 9 months after planting Yield:2 - 5 kg/m² Spacing between plants:10 g to 2 - 3 sq.m Location: shade frost resistance:High