1 - Colonize wild bird seed (wbs) with mushroom mycelium.
2 - Pasteurize Card board by microwaving in a bowl of nutrient rich water for 3 to 5 minutes or through normal pasteurization technique.
(including but not limited to spent coffee grounds and gypsum)
3 - Wait until achieving desirable water content and temperature in card board and add colonized WBS
4 - Add mixture of colonized WBS and Pasteurized cardboard to a sterilized cultivation container.
(Used ziploc bags and coffee cans are preferred.) Seek online instructions for creating and sterilizing mushroom cultivation container
5 - Allow cardboard to colonize (30 days or less)
6 - Once cardboard is fully colonized, cut hole in container (seek online instructions)
7 - Rehydrate and repeat the process until the cardboard block is (spent) or no longer produces mushrooms.
8 - Break up the cardboard and dehydrate.
9 - Apply cardboard to seeding tray
10 - Plant seed
11 - Water with nutrient rich water (including but not limited to nitrogen , potassium, phosphorus)
*********Cardboard may be replaced with other natural materials... a pile of leaves... a block of burnt wood... rotten food... dead animals..******
most effective mushroom type PHEONIX OYSTER MUSHROOM