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Find Mushroom Supplies

Scroll down for a directory of suppliers of mushroom spawn, tools, and supplies. Below the directory, there is information about sourcing logs for mushroom growing.

Spawn Supplier Directory

We do not endorse or recommend any particular spawn producer but rather provides this reference of suppliers in alphabetical order.

Like with a seed company, it is recommended that you check out a supplier and ask good questions before making a decision.

 

Amycel

http://amycel.com

 

Ancient Path Naturals

https://ancientpathnaturals.com

 

Field and Forest Products (Wisconsin)

http://www.fieldforest.net


(800) 792-6220

 

Fungi Ally (Massachusetts)


http://fungially.com
fungially@gmail.com

978-844-1811

 

Fungi Akuafo (Alberta)

http://
www.fungiakuafo.com


info@fungiakuafo.com

 

Fungi Perfecti (Washington)


http://www.fungi.com

info@fungi.com

Order Line: 800-780-9126

 

Lambert (Pennsylvania)


https://www.lambertspawn.com

 

Mushroom People (Tennessee)


http://www.mushroompeople.com

mushroom@thefarm.org

 

Mushroom Mountain (South Carolina)


http://www.mushroommountain.com

sporeprints@gmail.com

 

Mycosource Inc (Ontario, Canada)


http://mycosource.com

office@mycosource.com

 

North Spore (Maine)


http://www.northspore.com

info@northspore.com

 

Out-Grow (Illinois)


https://www.out-grow.com

 

Smugtown Mushrooms (New York)


http://www.smugtownmushrooms.com

smugtownmushrooms@gmail.com
585.690.1926

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Sourcing Logs for Mushroom Growing

Mushroom Logs

Click above to view this previously recorded webinar from Steve Gabriel, who discusses the basic considerations for buying and selling logs (bolts) for mushroom cultivation.

Click above to view this previously recorded webinar from Peter Smallidge, who covers the safe and ethical harvesting of mushroom bolts in the context of forest ecology.

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As more people look to cultivate woodland mushrooms, there is a demand for high quality logs (called "bolts") for use as a material. Learn about the specifications for buying or selling logs for mushrooms including species, handling, pricing, and transport with the factsheet and webinar recording below.

We also host a map and directory of farmers, loggers, arborists, etc who are interested in supplying fresh cut logs for shiitake cultivation in the Northeast US, including Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, West Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

 

GOT BOLTS TO OFFER?

Add a listing to the mushroom log sourcing directory: https://forms.gle/mJwX6Txqibok3PaEA

 

VIEW THE MAP OF CURRENT OFFERS FOR LOGS: CLICK HERE or on the image below.

In the map you can click on a pin and get more info about an offer.