How To Make Mushroom Compost

One prolific ingredient to add to your soil to boost garden growth is mushroom composts. We will be enlightening you on how to make mushroom compost so you can grow your plants the best way.

Mushroom composts are made from the soil which was used to grow mushrooms. After you much have harvested your mushrooms, you can now proceed to make some mushroom composts for your garden soil...

Mushroom Compost

Mushroom composts are easy to make. Just follow these steps on how to make mushroom compost and have yourself some mushroom composts for your garden.

Steps on How to Make Mushroom Compost

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Compost Ingredients Used

The ingredients used for making mushroom composts include: Wheat straw. Gypsum. Water. Poultry manure (chicken, cow, or horse manure). Mushroom garden soil.

Step 1 The first thing you need to do is to sprinkle the wheat straw with some water. Make sure the wheat straw should not be too wet or too dry...


Let’s take a look at a couple of benefits of using mushroom composts on your garden soil: Mushroom composts are a very affordable fertilizer you can invest in or make...

Benefits of Using Mushroom Compost to Your Garden Soil

Even though you can apply mushroom composts any period of the year, the most appropriate period to do so is during spring or fall. Also, note that mushroom composts cannot be used as soil replacement. Therefore, it can’t be used on its own for planting...


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