Backyard Mushroom Cultivation

  • May 20, 2017
  • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Green Hills Branch Nashville Public Library

David Wells shares how to use local by-products to grow organic mushrooms for your garden, landscape, or kitchen table.  Mushrooms are not only delicious, but extreamely beneficial for the planet.   They build soil. retaiin water, and make compost.  Choose a variety to help you in the garden, devour a stump, prevent soil erosion, or eat your way to a healthy planet.  Mr. Wells is the owner/operator of Henosis, an organic mushroom company.

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