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Spring Cultivation Mushroom Workshops by Field and Forest Products

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Field and Forest Products are presenting their popular workshops on mushrooms coming up March 29, 2014 and repeating it again on April 12, 2014.

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From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., the workshop is perfect for anyone interested in getting started in growing edible mushrooms. Held in Peshtigo, WI, the workshops draw participants from all over the United States.

Food, fun, fabulous presentations, hands on log inoculations, tours of fruiting and laying yards, straw bale mushroom cultivation, landscape potentials and more await the participants in the value packed workshop. Types of mushrooms included are Shitake, Oyster, Nameko, Lion's Mane, Box Elder, Reishi, Wine cap, Almond Agaricus and Blewit.

For more information please see or call 1-800-792-6220.



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