Our Products:
BayTec Blog
Plastic Barrels
Used Plastic Drums
Water Barrels,Drums & Water Bags
Rain Barrels
Fiber Drums & Barrels
Steel Drums
Leak & Spill Response
Drum & Bucket Accessories
Buckets,Bottles,Cans & Lids
PUROGENE Water Treatment
IBC/Totes & Parts
Hazmat UN 4G Packaging
Facility Management
Safety Equipment and Personal Protection
Shipping & Packing Supplies
Shipping Boxes and Packaging
Free Shipping Items
Shipping & Policies
Glossary of Terms
Newsletter Sign-Up


ecommerce provided by Yahoo! Small Business

Baytec Containers Posting Page
Thursday, March 21, 2013
Do you like mushrooms? Mushrooms are great additions in many cooking recipes. In soup, salad or eaten raw as is with some delicious dips, mushrooms are great keeper in our kitchen. Unfortunately mushrooms get more and more expensive today. Not to mention that in those store-bought mushrooms there could be some pesticides or other harmful substances. Growing mushrooms indoor is the cheaper, healthier solution to your access to mushrooms. It's not hard at all. All you need is just used milk cartons (or plastic bottles, or buckets, or barrels), a pencil (or a drill if you use buckets/barrels), sawdust, coffee grounds (spent is fine!), oyster mushroom spawn and non-chlorinated water for dampening.

Got all those? Now let's learn how to make your own mushroom garden.

Isn't it easy?

Here are some images from mushroom growers using different types of container.

Oyster mushrooms in a bucket
Image source: milkwood.net

Mushrooms in a laundry basket
Image source: milkwood.net
Try it this weekend.

Labels: , , ,

by: Baytec Containers


Anonymous Andria @ office pods said...

I add mushrooms frequently in my recipes. That is very healthy and my family members love it. It is great if I can grow them at home. Thanks for your guidance. I will try it.

April 25, 2013 at 6:16 AM  

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

Previous Posts
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

Powered by Blogger

Subscribe to
Posts [Atom]