Join us for an on-line and hands-on introductory course on mushroom cultivation!
Course date: Wednesday, May 12th, 10 am to 12 pm.
We will be hosting a 2-hour workshop via zoom using a mixture of online lecture presentations and hands-on activities. For this course, we will discuss the key items needed to successfully grow mushrooms such as environmental control, substrate mixtures, spawn, and sterility. We will also explore some basics in fungus biology, some of the amazing roles fungi play in the environment, and why the growing interest in mushroom cultivation.
Ready-to-use spawn and sterilized substrate will be provided to each registered participant along with a pure culture of oyster mushroom. All materials will need to be picked up from the University of Arizona Controlled Environment Ag. Center (CEAC) in Tucson prior to the class.
Details for pickup:
Materials will be set just outside the main CEAC building for pickup between the hours of 10 am - 4 pm on both Monday the 10th and Tuesday the 11th. Materials will also be set outside for pickup on the morning of the class from 8 am - 10 am.
The Controlled Environment Ag. Center is located at:
1951 E. Roger Rd, Tucson AZ 85719
For course registration follow the link below:
For questions regarding this class please email Bree Bastidas at firstname.lastname@example.org or Dr. Barry Pryor at email@example.com
Look forward to seeing you there!
Arizona Mushrooms Growers Association
Encouraging the spread of mycelium in Arizona.