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Mushroom production (fungiculture)

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Figure 13: Mushrooms can be cultivated outdoors or indoors. The photo on the left shows mushrooms grown outdoors at Real Food Farm, Baltimore, MD and on the right is a display of mushrooms grown indoors by Sharondale Farms. Photos taken by Neith Little, UMD...

Production systems

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Although any one individual urban farm might use multiple methods to grow crops and raise livestock, urban agriculture production systems can be broadly categorized as Ground-based outdoor urban farming Hydroponic or aquaponic indoor production Rooftop farming...

Chapter 1: Urban production systems

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Neith Little Extension Agent, Urban Agriculture University of Maryland Extension In agricultural contexts, the word production is used as short-hand to refer to all the activities involved in physically growing, raising, or making the products (vegetables, flowers...

Learn more about mushroom production (fungiculture)

Article by Neith Little, UMD Extension Agent, Urban Agriculture, Baltimore City Dec 4, 2018 Photo taken by Neith Little at Real Food Farm, Baltimore, MD Edible mushrooms can be cultivated outdoors on inoculated logs, or indoors on a substrate such as sawdust or grain. Outdoor production is popular...

Learn more about mushroom production (fungiculture)

Article by Neith Little, UMD Extension Agent, Urban Agriculture, Baltimore City Dec 4, 2018 Photo taken by Neith Little at Real Food Farm, Baltimore, MD Edible mushrooms can be cultivated outdoors on inoculated logs, or indoors on a growth medum such as sawdust, grain, or compost. Outdoor...
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