Making Bulk Substrate For Your Monotub! Mycology At Its Finest!. Here we show you how to make a bulk substrate with horse manure, coco coier, vermiculite, and gypsum. This substrate is good for growing a variety of Coprophilous fungi or dung-loving mushrooms including portobellos, button mushrooms and many others from the Agaricus and Panaeolus families.
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