The Polish Forest mushroom is a crop that belongs to the genus Mokhovik. Their caps are 4-15 cm in diameter and initially convex, becoming almost flat as they develop. They are colored in chocolate or chestnut shades. The flesh is fleshy, milky or slightly yellowish. The cap slice is blue at first and then turns light again, while the stem slice is blue and then brownish. The cylinder-shaped stalk is 4-12 cm high, light brown, yellow or brown Fungus . The Polish mushroom is used in many dishes, dried and pickled. Edible Mushroom,
POLISH Mushroom: PRACTICES OF PLANTING AND CARING
Planting it is best under 1 tree, the mushroom will take up an area of 2.5-3 square meters around it. Soil under a corm should be loosened to a depth of 15 cm. Distribute the mycelium evenly over it. Cover the planting place with garden soil mixed with humus (1:1). The norm of watering in a dry season - 10 l / sq. m.
Features: Has a fruity aroma Planting time: Apr-May/ Sep-Oct Maturing time: Jun-Nov Maturing time: 7-9 months after planting Yield: 2 - 5 kg per 1 sq.m Spacing between plants: 10 g to 2 - 3 sq.m Location: penumbra, shade Frost resistance: high