Sources of Shiitake Spawn*

Revised 9/07 -- Author Reviewed 9/07 HIL-122

Jeanine M. Davis
Extension Horticultural Specialist
 

Field and Forest Products, Inc.
Joseph Krawczyk and Mary E. Kozak
N3296 Kozuzek Road
Peshtigo, WI 54157
Phone: 715-582-4997
Fax: 715-582-0181
Email:fieldandforest@centurytel.net
Website: http://www.fieldforest.net
Shiitake spawn for log and sawdust cultivation, kits, books, drills, bits, and adapters.

Fungi Perfecti
P.O. Box 7634
Olympia, WA 98507
Phone: 360-426-9292
Fax: 360-426-9377
Email: info@fungi.com
Website: http://www.fungi.com
Spawn or inoculum for oyster, lions mane, reishi, winecap, morel, turkeytail, enokitake, shaggymane, blewit, and maitake; shiitake spawn; kits; and books.

Hardscrabble Enterprises, Inc.
P.O. Box 1124
Franklin, WV 26807
Phone: 304-358-2921
Email: hardscrabble@mountain.net
Shiitake spawn, drill bits, kits, and books.

Mushroom People
P.O. Box 220
Summertown, TN 38483
Phone: 1-800-692-6329
Fax: 931-964-2200
Email: mushroom@thefarm.org
Website: http://www.mushroompeople.com
Shiitake spawn; spawn or inoculum for oyster, maitake, lions mane, reishi and morel; drills, bits and adapters; kits; books; and videos.

Northwest Mycological Consulants. Inc.
702 NW 4th Street
Corvallis, OR 97330
Phone: 541-753-8198
Fax: 541-752-3401
Email: nmc@nwmycol.com
Website: http://www.nwmycol.com
Shiitake spawn, drill bits, books, kits, bagging machinery; and spawn or inoculum for dozens of cultivated and wild species.

* Inclusion of a company does not constitute an endorsement of products or services offered. Exclusion does not imply inferior products or services. If you would like your company included on this list, please contact the author.


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