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Grow Your Own Organic Mushrooms Kit - £3.99 in Lidl INSTORE ONLY & about 60% of the price in garden centres

£3.99 @ LIDL
Grow Your Own Organic Mushrooms Kit - these are 'magic' ;-) * Each kit contains a growing tray, mycelium, compost and growing instructions * Mushroom variety: * Agaricus Bisporus…
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Grow Your Own Organic Mushrooms Kit - these are 'magic' ;-)

* Each kit contains a growing tray, mycelium, compost and growing instructions
* Mushroom variety:
* Agaricus Bisporus
* Each kit can yield up to 2-3 harvests of mushrooms
* Ready to pick in 2-3 weeks
* Pot size (cm): 20 x 20 x 11
* Price per kit

£3.99 - were £5 in B&Q who no longer have them - and between £7 and £8 in Dobbies.

When this is finished - you can add more spores that you can buy for not a lot on an auction site and then grow more and also have a pretty wide range of types.
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#1
I grew some of these last year (not the ones from Lidl though), and they were great, especially if you like growing things but can't because of the season. They take a couple of weeks to reach eating size, but once they do, they grow very very quickly and they can go from button sized to a couple of inches across in a day or two! My advice is to not leave them too long or the texture will deteriorate, and ensure that after your first harvest is complete, you keep the compost moist to avoid it drying out (in which case it's very difficult to get it back to being able to grow more in).
#2
bought these from B&Q

nothing grew whatsover but managed to get a refund
#3
Still overpriced at £3.99.
#4
waterloo
Still overpriced at £3.99.



Suggest where an equivalent deal is available for less then. :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:


chocci
bought these from B&Q

nothing grew whatsover but managed to get a refund



I had one like that which never seemed to work in the past (from B & Q too - the white ones). I left it in the shed to use the box and soil later.

When I got new spores - i got the box from the shed and it was full of mushrooms!
#5
ibiza
Suggest where an equivalent deal is available for less then. :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:





I had one like that which never seemed to work in the past (from B & Q too - the white ones). I left it in the shed to use the box and soil later.

When I got new spores - i got the box from the shed and it was full of mushrooms!


Cannot tell you where to get for less but seems a waste of time this is my opinion :thumbsup:
#6
waterloo
Cannot tell you where to get for less but seems a waste of time this is my opinion :thumbsup:


For those of us who watch what we eat, enjoy home growing etc, this type of pack is great, and the price is good too.

Fungi have a mind of their own sometimes, and will often live in the soil for years, choosing when to produce their 'fruit'. I don't discard packs, as their spores or underground systems may still be active and good to produce more.
#7
waterloo
Cannot tell you where to get for less but seems a waste of time this is my opinion :thumbsup:



Is this your opinion as you are frequently referred to as something that looks mushroom shaped? :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:
#8
ibiza
Is this your opinion as you are frequently referred to as something that looks mushroom shaped? :w00t: :w00t: :w00t:

What a idiot you are grow up :?
#9
waterloo
What a idiot you are grow up :?



http://www.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/9505073/2/istockphoto_9505073-mushroom-head.jpg



That's you - that is!!! :-D :-D :-D
#10
I'd be tempted. Is there any way to keep the growing for a longer or even continual season. i.e. let some drop their spores or replenish with more horse manure. (I understand this is a good growing medium and always wash my mushrooms very well)
#11
eye will
I'd be tempted. Is there any way to keep the growing for a longer or even continual season. i.e. let some drop their spores or replenish with more horse manure. (I understand this is a good growing medium and always wash my mushrooms very well)



The growing is EXTREMELY random - but seems to happen all at once rather than a few occasionally. Some boxes have managed 5 or 6 crops, but I have no idea if this is from the original contents or newly grown spores, but three is probably the average.


For me there is something very unappealing about growing them from manure, especially as a couple of boxes are normally kept on the top of the fridge (which is about 6 foot high).

You can also buy "plugs" which are dowels with spores that you insert into holes in damp wood left outside (such as when storms bring down tree, and they are cut into sections to be carted off - these are perfect to pick up and leave outside to provide the correct environment).
#12
Are they Magic? :evil:
#13
sounds like fun trying to grow these anyone tryed these ones before??
#14
Quite a few left in stock in Lidls in Glasgow.
#15
Does anyone know any Lidl in the Central Belt with these left?

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