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The Ultimate Guide to Growing Oyster Mushrooms at Home

Updated: Jul 1, 2023

The Ultimate Guide to Growing Oyster Mushrooms at Home

Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey of growing your own oyster mushrooms at home? With the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box, you can experience the joy of cultivating delicious mushrooms right in your own space. In this ultimate guide, we'll take you through step-by-step instructions, offering valuable tips and insights to help you achieve success in your mushroom-growing venture.

1. Introduction to Oyster Mushrooms and the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box

tear off turn into collectable bookmark

Oyster mushrooms, known for their delicate flavor and velvety texture, are a popular choice for home cultivation. With the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box, you have everything you need to get started. This all-in-one kit provides the necessary materials, including substrate bags, a mini water sprayer and a detailed instruction manual, making it easy for beginners to dive into the world of mushroom farming. The opening of the box will give you a complimentary bookmark!

2. Setting Up Your Mushroom Growing Space

Before you begin, it's essential to create an ideal environment for your oyster mushrooms to thrive. Choose a clean, well-ventilated area with indirect sunlight or low-intensity artificial lighting. The Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box is designed to be compact, allowing you to grow mushrooms even in small spaces like apartments or offices.

3. Cut ''+'' on the plastic cover and start growing!

just cut a 4cm cross mark

We save you the trouble of inoculating the substrate bags with spawns. It's a tedious process and the chance of failure is high. When you purchase a box of Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box, the spawns has grown fully filling up the whole substrate bag. It is ready to 'pop'. Once you decided your growing space, take out the instruction sheet and water sprayer from the top. Tear off the bookmark opening in front, and make a 4cm wide cross cut on the plastic bag.

4. Maintaining Optimal Growing Conditions

mist sprayer included in Mokumoku DIY mushroom BOX

Oyster mushrooms require specific conditions to flourish. Maintain a consistent temperature between 20 to 25 degrees Celsius and high humidity levels of around 80 to 90 percent. Regularly mist the substrate bags to provide the necessary moisture, and monitor the temperature using a thermometer (optional). The Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box simplifies this process by providing guidelines and tips for maintaining optimal conditions. Plus, we have a holder that fits your sprayer perfectly so it won't go missing!

5. The Excitement of Mushroom Development

As your mushrooms start to develop, you'll witness the incredible transformation firsthand. Keep an eye on the substrate bags as tiny pins emerge, gradually growing into beautiful clusters of oyster mushrooms. The growth process typically takes around 2 to 3 weeks, but remember that each mushroom variety may have slightly different growth patterns.

6. Harvesting and Enjoying Your Homegrown Oyster Mushrooms

Once your oyster mushrooms reach their peak size and the caps begin to flatten, it's time to harvest them. Carefully cut the mushrooms at the base of the stem using a sterilized knife or scissors. With the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box, you'll have an abundant harvest to enjoy in your favorite recipes, from stir-fries and soups to pasta dishes and more.


Congratulations on successfully growing your own oyster mushrooms using the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box! It's a rewarding experience that allows you to savor the satisfaction of self-grown food. By following this ultimate guide, you've learned the essential steps to cultivate oyster mushrooms at home and have a bountiful harvest. Get ready to impress your friends and family as you proudly say, "I grow my own mushrooms!"

Remember, the Mokumoku DIY Mushroom Box provides a convenient and educational way to engage in sustainable living and environmental awareness. Stay tuned for more informative content and exciting topics related to mushrooms, DIY projects, and sustainable lifestyles.

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