Indoor Morel Cultivation

Single structure developing(petri dish). 30x magnification.
Multiple 'pins' showing up in culture dish.
Single pin seen with cap/stalk connection.
Tiny morel mushrooms. Penn State culture + hypothesis.

Strain was acquired through Penn State University to ensure quality/DNA.

Matching strain from Michigan State University will be tested here shortly also for redundancies.

We have successfully grown morels in the lab on multiple petri-dishes/agar media. Currently we are working on understanding their environmental needs and how we might tailor that to indoor practices like traditional mushroom farms.

Morels will soon be a fully cultivated mushroom for year round market production.

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Morels updates occur more regularly on my blogs.

Morel on the horizon – March 31st, 2020

Morels showing their iconic 'ridge' and or 'cup' shapes.  Younger specimens were able to be extracted and viewed through a microscope.(above) Young specimen showing the full morel structure.  This is possibly the smallest morel ever identified and also ever recorded in lab settings.(above) The morels could be seen with the naked eye.  We had 2…

Clear line of Sight – Morel – February 29, 2020

Update to morel research. Strain was acquired through Penn State University mycology lab.  This is important because we have a DNA verified morel strain. Upon arrival we cloned it on agar media, and then also cloned it in a liquid culture. Tissue containers and petri dishes were used in testing the first batch to test…

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