Grow Your Own Mushrooms: How to Choose, Grow and Cook Them

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Grow Your Own Mushrooms: How to Choose, Grow and Cook Them Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Green Books
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Pages: 96 Language: English ISBN: 9780857845252 Categories: , , ,

Perfect for new and adventurous gardeners and cooks.

Weight0.357 kg
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All the information you will ever need from spores to storage. A great book for all levels of gardeners. -- Mary Jasch - DIG IT! Magazine I have wanted to grow my own mushrooms for ages but didn't know enough to try. This book with its clear instructions and great photos has inspired me to give it a go. -- Sally Morgan -Author, Editor of Organic Farming Magazine I like the book. Clear step-by-step instructions plus scientific explanations and descriptions of different fungi - plenty of tables, checklist, photos and recipes. -- Charles Dowding - no-dig gardener, teacher and author ...just the ticket for anyone wanting to try the fun and interesting art of mushroom growing. -- Chris Beytes - Editor of GrowerTalks & Green Profit Magazine An interesting, informative and inspiring read, everything you want to know. -- Bob Flowerdew - author, BBC Radio & TV gardener All the information you could ever need to grow your own delicious mushrooms in one super book. An essential reference for beginners and experienced growers alike. -- Steve Ott - Editor, Kitchen Garden magazine This fascinating book takes Grow Your Own to a whole new level. Straightforward, interesting and rather fun, it is packed with possibilities and opens up fresh landscapes of taste to the home gardener. -- Naomi Slade - gardening author & journalist

Author Biography

Folko Kullmann has been experimenting with gardening techniques in his garden and balcony since studying horticultural science and plant production at TU Munich and working at prestigious nurseries in Europe, including Kew in London. He edits GartenPraxis, the leading magazine for botanists, gardeners and horticulturists and is both the author of several books and a horticultural journalist.