foraged and found in nature
Simply put your log in a shady spot outside, and wait. These mushrooms can also be grown indoors if you choose to do so.
By growing your own mushrooms naturally on hardwood logs you can reap all of the nutritional and medicinal benefits the mushrooms have to offer. Mushrooms cost a fortune in the store and are full of pesticides used to keep fruit flies and bugs out of the mass production growing chambers where 80% of all mushrooms are grown on hardwood supplemented sawdust blocks in the United States, and we all know eating mushrooms you’ve grown yourself and harvested five minutes ago from a real log is hands down healthier, and much cheaper than store bought mushrooms over time.
We work with local tree clearing companies and harvest the top limb portions they leave behind from the harvested trees, we believe in recycling what would normally be left to just rot on the ground.
The top portion of the trees yield the best logs for mushroom cultivation anyway due to the fact that the limbs contain almost 100% sapwood, the sapwood is what determines how long your log will grow mushrooms, basically the sapwood is the mushrooms food source for the mushrooms and also determines the life of the log, the more sapwood the more food, when the mushroom mycelium consumes all the nutrients in the sapwood the log doesn’t grow mushrooms anymore.
We sell these logs in 2 sizes
13" long and 30" long