'Let's Grow Mushrooms' is a
2 set DVD video on mushroom cultivation giving clear, concise and easy to
follow instructions to help you get started growing mushrooms in the
privacy of your own home while
avoiding many common mistakes.
Learn to: Preparation of Substrate, Agar and Petri dish work,
creating Master Culture Slants,
Straw Pasteurization, Mushroom Cloning, Creating Spore Prints (seeds) as
well as creating your
own Spore Syringes
and much...much more.
Let's Grow Mushrooms DVD will also
teach you how to clone mushroom tissue! Clone your own projects or
from edible, psychoactive or medicinal mushrooms you pick in the wild!
Please note that purchased videos will be full
screen NTSC broadcast TV resolution and will not have the obnoxious RR
Video watermark that is pasted on these free sample downloads featuring
short takes from the DVD set.
Journey with the old fogies as a forage through the
forest for the elusive yellow Morel sponge mushrooms. Over 40 years of
experience in hunting and gathering of one of the most delightful and
delicious mushrooms known to man today.
Showing you all the little tricks to look for and locating
patches that may exist one year but gone the next.
excitement, fun, inspiration, high art -- words most folks don't normally
associate with mushrooms.
Take one look at Taylor Lockwood's Mushroom
Identification Trilogy, and you'll have an entirely new perspective on
the members of this quiet kingdom. The first of its kind, this visual guide
to mushroom identification educates and equips the viewer with the tools
they need to get out into the woods.
Mushroom Identification Trilogy is a
one-hour long DVD program that's been enthusiastically received by nature
lovers, mushroom hunters, mycologists, science educators, and poison control
Part One: [10:40] -- Introduction
Part Two: [13:22] -- Into the Details:
Part Three: [33:07] -- Into the Woods: Hands-on
A fitting tribute to Taylor's book, Treasures from
the Kingdom of Fungi, this 30 minute DVD illuminates the images on
screen. Set to baroque and classical music, the Treasures DVD has
been called "mushroom meditation."
you've been fortunate enough to sit in the audience for one of Taylor's
slideshows, you'll immediately recall the impact of his beautiful mushroom
photographs on screen. If you're new to his work you'll be delighted by this
presentation representing over 15 years of Taylor's public work to promote
the beauty of mushrooms to audiences all over the world.
In addition to the Treasures show, the
DVD includes a brief introduction by Taylor, and a short entitled "The
Endless Foray" with live footage from Australia and New Zealand.