Wisconsin Morel Mushroom Spores
- We are offering ~10,000 Morel Mushroom Spores per package. Each package will include: Common White Spores, Early Black Spores, and Burn Site Spores. To also ensure a wide spread of spores, we mix vermiculite in with the spores packs.
What are Wisconsin Morel Mushrooms?
Morel mushrooms are spring mushrooms which you can easily find in the woods any time between the months of March and May. Wisconsin Morel Mushrooms are one of the most desired edible Morel Mushrooms in the world today, unlike the other types of mushrooms you know, Wisconsin Morels can be gathered in the wild very easily.
There are so many types of morel mushrooms out there, that scientists are constantly battling with identifying and classifying them. However, the most popular types are the yellow and black ones. Although they have a short growing period, Morel mushrooms make for very delicious and tasty dishes, which is why they cost more than the regular mushrooms.
Health Benefits of Morel Mushrooms
Morel Mushrooms grow in only rich soil, which makes them rich in a number of minerals and vitamins. Although the nutritional contents vary based on the location/soil where they are planted, morel mushrooms generally contain abundant sources of protein, vitamin D, E & B6, copper, potassium, iron, fiber, calcium and phosphorus.
These are some of the essential nutrients which your body requires for its proper functioning. Also, morel mushrooms are packed with antioxidants, which help to remove toxins from your body as well as balance your blood sugar. Antioxidants found in morel mushrooms have also been known to repair liver damage.
How Long Does It Take Morel Mushrooms To Grow?
According to rumors of old wives’ tales, morel mushrooms grow overnight, due to the alarming pace at which they grow and mature. However, in reality, morel mushroom grow fully in a couple of months, depending on the region. When habitat conditions are favorable, such as water and nutrient-rich soil, you can expect morel mushroom to grow into cells between 10 and 12 days.
It can take another 12 to 15 days after the cells have emerged before they mature into full-grown mushrooms, having spongy caps. A key factor in the determining this growth phase depends largely on the environment where they are grown. Morel mushrooms thrive in damp habitat and will have trouble growing in soils with too much or too little water.
How to Grow Morel Mushrooms in Your Backyard.
Although morel mushrooms are known for their wild nature, they can also be planted and grown in your backyard. While there are many ways you can grow your own morel mushrooms, you will find out that making a morsel surrey is the easiest and cost-effective option. Outlined below are steps you can take to grow your own morel mushroom.
Growing Morel Mushrooms
• Decide on the area where you want to grow your morels. Wherever you choose should be shaded and have enough space.
• Build you box to create your own Morel Environment.
• Prepare your soil by mixing it with wood chips, ashes, and peat moss.
• Spread your Wisconsin Morel Mushroom Spores over your prepared soil.
• Cover the soil mixture with fresh leaves, small twigs, elm bark (if you can find any), and wait for your morels to start growing.
Morel mushrooms are very easy to grow, and also a very mouth-watering dish. They are also very nutritional and grow in the least amount of time, and you should consider buying some morel mushroom spores at the Home Gardening Seed Store to grow them in your backyard.