We’ve been growing mushrooms on coffee waste since 2011, and in that time have turned 30+ tons of coffee grounds into more than 7 tons of fresh Oyster mushrooms.
Yet when you look around the internet you’ll find countless people saying that it’s not possible or that you’ll just end up with mould.
The truth is, growing mushrooms on coffee grounds is a little more difficult than growing them on straw, but if you follow the tips and advice we give you in this video, you’ll find good success.
– Why coffee grounds are a great material to grow Oyster mushrooms on
– Why their small particle size can present problems to your substrate mix
– How to break up the density of your coffee ground substrate by mixing in some chopped straw
If you’re interested to learn more about growing mushrooms on coffee waste then check out this article from our website: https://grocycle.com/growing-mushrooms-in-coffee-grounds/
AND if you’d like to learn How To Set Up A Low Tech Mushroom Farm, then download our free ebook here: https://grocycle.com/e-book