Mini Mushroom Farm - Grow Instructions
Here's the very simple guide on how to be a successful mini mushroom farmer. For more info on mini-farm options and detailed instructions, click the link below.

Step 1: Check for air holes

In most cases we will have put holes in the bag. If it hasn’t, contact us for instructions.

Step 4: Mist

The secret to good mushrooms is high humidity. So, mist, and MIST again. You really can’t overdo it. But… (click link)

Step 2: Place the farm in the ideal location

The best location is INDOORS in any location that is naturally humid, or you can easily keep moist. A bathroom or laundry is perfect. It...

Step 5: Watch your mushrooms grow!

Your tiny-farm is a fast grower. After about 10 to 14 days of receiving the bag, you should see the baby mushrooms emerging. During winter in may...

Step 3: Give your mini farm plenty of air

Another secret for success is making sure your mushrooms get plenty of O2 (as in oxygen). If CO2 starts building up, say if its in a fairly...

Step 6: Harvest, eat, and enjoy!

It takes about 4 days from the baby mushrooms first appearing, to be ready for harvest. When they look ready PICK! Simply pluck or use a sharp...

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We're passionate about mushrooms

Increases Your Vitamin D

Simply leaving freshly cut mushrooms in direct sunlight will significantly boost their Vit D. content. 

Boosts Your Immune System

Mushrooms are loaded with a proven ability to boost your immune system

Gives You Antioxidants

Mushrooms have high amounts of the ergothioneine and glutathione

Fun Mushroom Facts
Did you know...
  • Mushrooms are made up of around 90% water.
  • Mushrooms have their own immune system.
  • Earth was covered by giant mushrooms before trees overtook the land.
  • The mushroom is a very nutritious food. Differing species can be a good source of vitamin B along with essential minerals such as copper and potassium. While fat, carbohydrates and salt content is very low.
  • There are a few mushroom varieties found in the wild that are highly poisonous. A number of these look like common edible species, therefore it can be risky collecting them.
Cook these mushrooms with our exquisite and simple recipes!
Oyster Mushroom & Goat Cheese Tarts
Oyster Mushroom & Goat Cheese Tarts

This is the perfect light snack for a summer afternoon. It goes even better with a bottle of Chardy. It’s also sure to delight some special friends who popped over on short notice.

Oyster Mushroom Soup with Egg Flower
Oyster Mushroom Soup with Egg Flower

One of the most popular uses for Oyster mushrooms in chinese cuisine is soup, where they retain their fleshy texture and infuse delicious flavour.

Creamy Oyster Mushroom Pasta
Creamy Oyster Mushroom Pasta

A winter favorite. Oyster mushrooms are awesome with pasta and make a great alternative to chicken.

Covid-19Update on ordering during threat level 4

We are categorised as an essential service so able to continue our operations on the farm. NZ Post, as an essential service, will still make deliveries of food. Therefore we expect to be able to fulfil orders, for the time being, Please watch this space.