Nameko MushroomPholiota microspora, commonly known as Pholiota nameko or shortly nameko is a small, amber-brown mushroom with a slightly gelatinous coating that is used as an ingredient in miso soup and nabemono. In some countries this mushroom is available in kit form and can be grown at home. It is one of Japan's most popular cultivated mushrooms, tastes slightly nutty and is often used in stir-fries. They are also sold dried.
Names: Nameko, Pholiota nameko, Shortly nameko
Classification: Pholiota microspora
Substrates: Supplemented Sawdust
Incubation Temp: 70-75° F
Incubation Humidity: 82%-85%
Incubation Time: 10 Days
Fruiting Temp: 50-75° F
Fruiting Humidity: 89%-95%
Fruiting Time: 14 Days
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