Mushroom Compost is a dark, rich, moist mixture of wheat straw, peat moss, cottonseed meal, cottonseed hulls, corncobs, cocoa bean shells, gypsum, lime, chicken litter and/or horse stable bedding. This combination of ingredients is used in commercial mushroom farms to grow mushrooms. These materials are composted for many weeks and then placed into a huge room, where it is completely sterilized. After the sterilization is complete, the compost is then placed into growing trays, where the mushroom growing cycle begins.
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Strangely enough, mushrooms can only be grown in this mixture for a short period of time. At this time the compost has to be removed. Not because it is nutritionally depleted, but because the growing environment is very dark and moist and could be subject to invasion by fungi and bacteria. This could be devastating to the mushroom farm. After 18-20 days, the compost is removed, and a brand new batch is prepared for the next crop. The mushroom compost is loaded from the growing trays directly into huge trucks and then shipped. It never touches the ground until it arrives at your facility. where to buy mushroom compost near me
Our bulk Mushroom Compost is an awesome product. It comes from mushroom farms in Pennsylvania after the mushroom harvest. It is very rich in organic matter and is excellent for adding to existing planting beds, perennial borders, vegetable gardens, or really anywhere that needs some help to improve soil quality. The mushroom compost is really fluffy and helps loosen packed soils. You will be amazed at the growth of plants and vegetables with the help of our mushroom compost. Remember, we will not deliver in the rain!
Where Can I Purchase Mushroom Compost for My Garden?/where to buy bulk mushroom compost near me
– Increases organic matter in soil
– Raises your soil’s PH level
– Improves water retention
– Reduces soil compaction
– Decreses the need for fertilizer
Economical Mushroom Compost Rich in Organic Matte
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Mushroom compost is an efficient, economical way to condition your soil, improving the quality and nutrient value of the soil it is added to, and promoting improved growth of plants.
Psilocybin mushroom compost is composed of composted agricultural straw and rotted manure, resulting in compost that is easy to crumble, spread and work with. Thanks to the compost’s chemical and physical composition, it is perfect for improving the texture of heavy clay soils, or adding humus to nutrient deficient soils.
What’s more, as our compost is fully steam sterilized before leaving the mushroom farm, it will not introduce any weeds or other pests to your site.
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For general soil improvement a 50mm layer should be spread over the area to be treated, then forked or rotavated in. A 75mm layer could be considered with very poor soils.
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- Easy to spread
- Increases your soil’s physical structure
- Increases the level of organic material in your soil
- Suitable for use by landscaping professionals and home gardeners
- Very economical
- Steam sterilised
- Weed free
- Mid-brown in colour
- Blended agricultural straw and animal manure
- pH Level: 6.5 -7
- Organic Matter: 66%
- Ammonia: 0.26%
- Magnesium: 0.4%
- Nitrate: 0.08%
- Phosphorus: 0.6%
- Potassium: 3.1%
- Total Nitrogen: 2.4%
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psilocybin mushroom compost is available in bulk loose loads and bags, and can be delivered anywhere across the mainland UK.
For a full technical analysis, please contact CPA Horticulture. mushroom compost lowes
Please Note: Mushroom Compost is very rich substrate and should be mixed with soil before planting. It is not suitable or recommended for potting, seeding, young plants or to be used as a direct growing medium. Results may vary. We would recommend Multipurpose Compost or John Innes for these applications.
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