growing, research & hands-on projectsbackground knowledge to the fields of growing and scientific research
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growing, hands-on, online courses
Mushroom References – A Curated List of references relevant to Physicians, Scientists and the Intellectually Curious by Paul Stamets. This list is looking inside of mushroom and mycelium compounds for medicinal use from Agarikon to Cordyceps to Turkey Tail.
Kevin J. Beiler was researching at University for Sustainbale Development (Eberswalde, Germany) about the interaction between ectomycorrhizal fungal species and Douglas-fir trees. The potential effects of mycorrhizal networks on facilitation or competition between plants are increasingly recognized, but their network topologies remain largely unknown. Beiler was visualising his research in a series of maps.
Marine Fungi were the first fungi on the planet. Their research is underrepresented. Here in this research platform covering a wide range of topics around marine fungi.
Growing Manual – Introduction to Fungi – growing documentation
growing mushrooms, workshop