The button mushroom, or Agaricus Bisporus, is one of the most developed mushrooms in the world. In the wild this mushroom appears in fields and has a dark, brown cap with dark gills too. They are known in the wild as field mushrooms but they normally are branded as the button mushroom or the Portobello mushroom, although the Portobello species are usually larger in size.
Mushroom growing kits have become increasingly popular in recent years as the public opinion and awareness towards fungi has relaxed a little — no longer are people scared of mushrooms and instead are going to try and have a go at growing their own at home.
Although mushroom grow kits are limited in fungi species currently (I’ve only seen button, Shiitake and Oyster grow kits), the button mushroom is the most accessible wonder bars for sale grow kit. Many gardening stores sell mushroom growing kits, and these stores seem to pay attention to the most well known, considered as being “safer” mushrooms — the Button mushroom.
The Button mushroom grow kits are very easy to use, a good child could successfully grow their own harvest of mushrooms in just a few weeks! You must empty the substrate into a container and leave in a cool damp place prior to the mycelium grows completely through the block (turning it white) and then cover it with the covering compost supplied. Move it into a cooler location and apply with water regularly to keep humid. Small white circular blobs will be which will turn into mushrooms after one or two hours days.