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Straw (Chopped & Dust Extracted)

4.00 out of 5
(2 customer reviews)

£31£250.50 (incl. VAT)

Premium, dust-extracted, chopped and sterilised rapeseed straw – The perfect food source for growing oyster mushrooms.

Many people say growing mushrooms on straw can be a messy affair, and it can be if you’re chopping bales yourself or you’re getting dusty old straw bales from the farmer!

Home-based mushroom cultivation on straw is now a cleaner and more enjoyable affair. Our dry, UK harvested rape seed straw is first chopped into the perfect 1-3 inch length, dust-extracted (all dust removed), passed through gamma radiation which kills 99% of all bacteria, mould, allergens and spores and finally packaged into sealed plastic mini-bales. This ensures straw remains dry, fresh and contaminant free.

We use the same straw and cold water ash pasteurisation to grow our oyster mushrooms on a commercial level. Don’t forget to order your horticultural grade gypsum for increased yields.

Straw can be hydrated and pasteurised using either hot water/steam, lime, wood ash or even dish soap – or a combination of methods.

Packed in highly compressed, none-clumping 20kg bags. Due to size and weight, this product is excluded from free delivery.

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£31£250.50 (incl. VAT)

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2 reviews for Straw (Chopped & Dust Extracted)

  1. 3 out of 5

    Adi (verified owner)

    Can’t comment yet. Planning to use it later in the year.

  2. 5 out of 5


    Cleaner than the straw I can get. Less dusty. Saves time and is less noisy than chopping up with a grass strimmer in a wheelie bin, wrapped up so will stay dry. It's more expensive than buying bales from the farmer but more convenient in so many way.

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