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Growing mushrooms is a way to improve soil, increase garden efficiency and enjoy healthy homegrown produce. Here are 5 ways to grow your own mushrooms.

Growing mushrooms is a way to improve soil, increase garden efficiency and enjoy healthy homegrown produce. Here are 5 ways to grow your own mushrooms.

Love mushrooms?  Save some money - grow your own.  Growing mushrooms is not difficult but it is a little different from growing traditional vegetables.  Learn how here.

Love mushrooms? Save some money - grow your own. Growing mushrooms is not difficult but it is a little different from growing traditional vegetables. Learn how here.

How To Grow Oyster Mushrooms - Wouldn't it be great to grow your own gourmet mushrooms in your own home or backyard. You can! This shows you how!

How To Grow Oyster Mushrooms - Wouldn't it be great to grow your own gourmet mushrooms in your own home or backyard. You can! This shows you how!

How to grow your own Shrimp! I could do this!!!! I wonder if I could even winter some over in the house in an aquarium?

How to grow your own Shrimp! I could do this!!!! I wonder if I could even winter some over in the house in an aquarium?

Growing mushrooms in straw bales - straw makes the perfect growing medium for growing your own mushrooms in your backyard garden... | http://www.strawbalegardeningbook.com/

Growing mushrooms in straw bales - straw makes the perfect growing medium for growing your own mushrooms in your backyard garden... | http://www.strawbalegardeningbook.com/

Grow pounds of oyster mushrooms right in your home with fairly little effort and just a small amount of space. All you need is 16 square feet, a few plastic buckets, an organic material to the grow the mushrooms on, like spent coffee grounds, and some spawn. Use recycled or salvaged items and this hobby …

Indoor Oyster Mushrooms: Big Yield, Small Spaces

Grow pounds of oyster mushrooms right in your home with fairly little effort and just a small amount of space. All you need is 16 square feet, a few plastic buckets, an organic material to the grow the mushrooms on, like spent coffee grounds, and some spawn. Use recycled or salvaged items and this hobby …

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