Mushroom Cultivation for Remediation

This introductory video guides you through the core skills and concepts needed to begin cultivating large quantities of mycelium for the purposes of fungal remediation (aka mycoremediation) work. This 3 part video covers the simplest, cheapest, and quickest ways to grow mycelium with the minimum of sanitary precautions. The techniques covered are also explored and elaborated upon in a free publication entitled Mushroom Cultivation for Remediation.

We welcome all feedback and contributions to this work. We also welcome any donations for this work. While we are happy to provide this information to the greater world, we greatly appreciate all the grassroots support we can get in the form of love, high fives, and monetary contributions. If you feel that the work we provide is of value to you and your community, please consider donating.

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6 responses

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  3. Ryan Gilchrist

    Awesome instructions on mushroom cultivation, much easier and more mushrooms than the PF Tech method I had been using.
    Congratulations on reaching your fund goal. I’m proud and glad I saw you donations request in time to make a donation (wish I could have given even more).
    Keep up the good work.

    January 12, 2014 at 5:34 pm

  4. dalevancamp

    Outstanding videos! Thank you for making these available for all of us to watch and learn.

    April 8, 2014 at 1:53 am

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