The Course Runs from 9:30am-7:30pm There will be a break for lunch. Vegetarian lunch and Dinner featuring Cordyceps and local foods will be provided. Get Hands on Cloning, and Starting Cultures from Spore, Expanding Cultures, Preparing Nutrient Medias, Inoculating, Harvesting, and Processing! Take Home a Starter Culture on Agar or Liquid, and an Inoculated Jar. RSVP HERE … Continue reading Cordyceps Cultivation Course
"Discernment is critical to the upholding of Truth, with the bombardment of information available in the 21st century " -William Padilla-Brown Over the past 4 years I have been working with mushrooms, and studying fungi. Last year began experimenting with the cultivation of Spirulina a cyanobacteria, referred to as microalgae, or marine phytoplankton. My interest in microalgae has … Continue reading Fungi may not have been the first Terrestrial Organism
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Presenting The 2nd Annual MycoSymbiotics Mushroom & Arts Festival Ushering in the Symbiocene!! //Day Tickets will be $10 available at the Festival only// The main Festival/Camp Area will be at Pine Ridge Camp Grounds in the Michaux State Forest. 2635 Shippensburg Rd, Biglerville, PA 17307 Do you Love Mushrooms?? We do!!! Last year was a … Continue reading 2nd Annual MycoSymbiotics Mushroom & Arts Festival
Cordyceps militaris is the most commonly collected Cordyceps worldwide! Growing on parasitized Moth Larvae this cordcyeps holds many of the same components as the classically collected Tibetan Coryceps sinensis, and research has shown the militaris to have superior antioxidant effects. With cordyceps, as long as the insect is edible the mummified body contains more medicinal … Continue reading Fruiting Cordyceps militaris
MycoSymbiotics Presents Fungal Fortune A Disquisition of the Resiliency of Fungi and their Mushrooms with William Padilla-Brown Join us Sunday November 22nd 5pm-7pm at Seppi's Place in Camp Hill Pennsylvania for a evening of Fungal Fortunes! Mushrooms the treasure of the forest, they have rich cultural histories, and have been behind the composition of our … Continue reading Fungal Fortune
Shiitake mushrooms (Lentinula edodes) have been a culinary delight in the orient for a few thousand years! Many would enjoy hunting the fragrant Shiitake of the Forest derived from Japanese (shii) for the beech trees they grew from and (take) meaning mushroom. First cultivated in 1100 A.D. by an observant mushroom hunter by the name … Continue reading Wild Shiitake found in New England!