Pink Oyster Mushrooms are popular in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean cuisine, but can be added to any kind of dish for a healthy and delicious meat substitute.
Pink Oyster Mushrooms are a great addition to any dish but are renowned for their savoury flavour which many compare to the taste of bacon when well-cooked.
Our spawn is stored in optimum conditions using specialist breathable bags. This means that the organism is always at its healthiest and ready for inoculation.
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- The ideal growing conditions for the pink oyster mushrooms are: 18-28 C
- Produces enormous meaty caps and vibrant pink colour
- We recommend a storage temperature of no lower than 10 C
- Originating from South-East Asia
- First harvest: 3-5 weeks
- Strain: Pleurotus Djamor
- Typically harvest <1.5kg over 3-5 flushes
Commonly used substrates:
- Straw from cereal crops such as wheat
- Coffee grounds
- Hardwood logs and chips
- Cardboard and paper
- Fresh compost heaps containing an abundance of un-broken down organic material
|Binomial nomenclature||Pleurotus ostreatus|
|Inoculation rate||mix with ± 2% spawn|
|Natural substrate||hardwood / (wheat) straw|
|Incubation||room temperature:||20-22 °C|
|substrate temperature:||25-30 °C|
|duration:||19- 22 days|
|Primordia induction||(night time)* temperature:||lower to 6-15 °C|
|relative humidity||90- 95 %|
|Fruiting conditions||room temperature:||(5-) 10-17 (-20) °C|
|CO2-concentration:||less than 800 ppm|
|light:||800- 1500 lux|
|between flushes:||relative humidity increase to 90%|
|Total production cycle||Ca. 3 months|
|Average yield||200 to 250 g saleable mushrooms per kg fresh substrate†|
*Primordia are induced by a shock. For most mushroom species, this is done with a thermal shock, which is defined by the minimum temperature during the day-night cycle.
†Mushroom weight immediately after harvesting, and wetted substrate weight prior to inoculation.
Important remark: the cultivation guidelines in our technical data sheets are a compilation of the data given to us by experienced cultivators. Individual differences in the cultivation conditions can seriously affect the results.