Elm oyster mushroom
Scientific Name: Hypsizygus ulmarius
Cultivation Difficulty: Easy
Substrates: Spawn bags; Straw; Wood chips, sawdust; Newspaper, cardboard
Temperature: Colonizing / Fruiting – 70-80 / 55-65
Strain Origin: N. America; Europe
Potential health benefits: anti-inflammatory, magnesium, fiber, vitamin D, antioxidant, skin health, energy booster, lower cholesterol, and anti-bacterial!
Pink oyster mushroom
Description: Liquid Culture. Elm Oyster is a great non-meat source of protein, rivaling beans and any other vegetable source. They are low in available carbohydrates and have less than 5% dry-weight fats. Depending on the substrate on which they grow, Elm oyster mushrooms can contain a number of essential minerals including magnesium, iron, manganese, and zinc.