“If you’re like most people, you probably grow white button mushrooms.
These are the ones that look white because they are a very hardy species that require lots of sunlight and good soil,” says Robert Hargrove, who is the director of mushroom research and cultivation at the California Department of Food and Agriculture.
“You also need to have enough water to allow the fungus to grow and then some fertilizer.
So for me, that’s the key.
White button mushrooms are the best for growing in sunny California.”
Hargraves has been studying the growth and function of white button mushrooms in California for more than 25 years.
He also co-authored a book, White Button Mushrooms: How to Grow a Very Easy Mushroom, which he hopes will be published by Oxford University Press this year.
“The white button is a very easy-to-grow, easy-grow species.
It doesn’t have to be a hardy plant,” he says.
“I just grow it as an ornamental mushroom.
It’s a fungal growth, so it’s a little different than other mushrooms.”
In fact, the mushroom is a pretty easy plant to grow.
In the wild, white button fungi can live in the soil up to four years.
But once they’ve become established in the ground, they can survive in soil for years, depending on the soil type.
White buttons grow slowly, usually up to six months.
They are most active during the cooler months, but can be active all year long, if needed.
White Button Mushrooms Growing Habit The white button grows very slowly, up to 6 months.
It can live up to a year without water.
In California, it grows in low soil, often near streams and streamside wetlands.
If you have a pond, you can add water during the first winter and water it through the second spring.
If your pond is sandy or sandy soil, the water level will need to be increased.
For more information, see “White button mushroom.”
“There are many different ways you can grow white buttons,” says Hargropve.
“One of the ways that we have grown them in the past is to plant them under fallen trees.
But it’s also been done in containers to encourage them to form large, dense growths,” he explains.
“They are not native to California, so they need to come from somewhere.
You can either get them from a commercial grower or you can find them at farmers markets and online.”
Hens, or small button mushrooms, are usually grown in a greenhouse.
They can be used to make the traditional “pancake” mushrooms.
Hens grow quickly, and when they are planted, they form clusters of up to 100 mushrooms.
You’ll need a greenhouse to grow your mushrooms, but they can be grown in your backyard.
You might have to cover the mushrooms with soil.
If they are in good shape, they should last you a few years.
If not, they will need some attention.
“When the mushrooms are small, they are very difficult to care for,” says John Hens of California State University, Chico.
“For this reason, they’re best grown in containers.”
White button mons, also called blue button mushrooms or white button, are a hard-working species that thrive in soil.
“Blue button mushrooms can be very productive, especially in small spaces,” says David Burt, an expert on mushrooms at California State Agricultural Experiment Station, Chino.
“We’ve seen very high yields of these mushrooms.”
White Button Mushroom Growing Tips Hens recommends growing your mushrooms in the summer.
They should be placed in the sun during the day.
If it is too hot or too cold, the mushrooms can die.
“White buttons will grow in containers, but you can also plant them outdoors,” says Burt.
“A good way to grow them outdoors is with a greenhouse, or in a pot, in a sunny spot where it is easy to see.”
Hains says white button growing in a container is not a bad idea, but don’t put them in your kitchen or bathroom.
If a container doesn’t fit, you may need to use the top as a container for your mushrooms.
For a more detailed guide to growing white button in your garden, visit “White Button Mushi: How To Grow a Easy Mushroom.”