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Photo: Yellow oyster mushrooms.

These are not the white or brown button mushrooms or even their more mature form called "portabella", but a variety of delicious species that have been enjoyed by cultures around the world for millennia. Whether they are the beautiful yellow oyster mushroom (shown here growing on straw) or the flavorful shiitake (shown ready to be shipped) or any of a hundred other species, Americans are discovering what the rest of the world has long known: Mushrooms are marvelous!!. The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter is here to help you be successful with commercial mushroom farming whether you are the smallest or the largest grower in the world.

Photo: shiitake mushrooms.

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In our September 2019 issue . . . Dr. John explains how to properly prepare cultures for refrigerated storage, including, how to make your slants, what lab tools will help, and a neat trick to preserve your culture even if you fail to take care of it for years. You will also learn what's happening at: Groves Country, D.E.S., Highline, Nukuien, Backbone Food, La Caverne, Dunk's, Turkey Tail, Gourmet Growers, Heins, G's, and Marland mushroom farms. You will discover a new study examining the effects of mushrooms upon cancer, a link to a proven way to cultivate morels (with details), a company making 'meat' from shiitake stems, recent activity around the Eastern Mushroom Maketing Cooperative, a mushroom boat, a robot picker, a study that will address converting corn stover to animal feed, and the 2019 U.S. Mushroom Report. Finally, we present terminal market prices from: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York, San Francisco, Montreal, Toronto, Johannesburg, Heredia, Perth, Lviv, Kiev, and Kowloon. You can have all this information and much more if you Subscribe now. You can get this issue INSTANTLY with our e-subscription option - be sure to give us a VALID email address then follow the link on the confirmation screen or in your receipt email!

Commercial growers rely upon The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter. This is the first and only independent newsletter that covers the world-wide mushroom industry. Weekly prices at key U.S. cities, spot prices at cities around the world and advise from the newsletter will help you develop a marketing plan that works. Updates on newly discovered medicinal properties, cultivation techniques for new mushroom species and developments in mushroom farming technology will help you focus your efforts and improve your profitability. News of your competitors' marketing efforts will help you keep your mushroom marketing efforts effective. This, and more, makes The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter the indispensable news source for the business of growing mushrooms. With subscription rates starting at $35.00 per year for our electronic version, you can't afford not to subscribe. Subscribe now! The newsletter is published monthly and delivered to your door on paper or electronically in PDF format for Adobe Reader.

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Recent Updates

Too often to mention: Events  |  Too often to mention Farms Online  |  7/8/18: Resources - Morels  |  7/8/18: Articles - Full June 2017 Issue   |  9/22/18: Resources - Preserving Mushrooms