3 Pound All In One Mushroom Grow Bags!
3 Pound All In One Mushroom Grow Bags!
3 Pound All In One Mushroom Grow Bags!
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3 Pound All In One Mushroom Grow Bags!

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 These bags contain 2 Pounds of substrate & 1 Pound of grain  

Estimated Dry Yield:

1-2 Ounces per flush

1-2 flushes per bag  

All In One Mushroom Grow Bags:

    • Our Fast Fruit All In One Mushroom Grow Bags are designed for easy and successful mushroom cultivation. They contain oat/wheat and our popular aPlusAlpacaRabbit Substrate.
    • Each bag has 3 pounds of aPlusAlpacaRabbit Substrate and 2 pounds of grain. These bags are crafted to simplify the growing process, requiring minimal effort while delivering excellent results. You can inoculate your culture through the injection port and wait for mushrooms to grow. Each bag produces 2-3 ounces of dried mushrooms per flush.
  • When administering a liquid culture syringe to inoculate the bag, utmost care must be taken to ensure that the liquid culture solution exclusively contacts the grain. Injecting too deeply may lead to infiltration into the substrate. In the event of inadvertent deep inoculation, it is recommended to thoroughly blend the entire contents of the bag and exercise patience for optimal results.

How to Inoculate : 3 Different Methods

1. Traditional Method:

  1. Inject 5-30 cc of Liquid Culture at the bottom of the bag, ensuring it stays on the grain.
  2. After 7-14 days or when the grain is about 80-90% colonized, mix the bag thoroughly. Add a rubber band around the base of the substrate 5 days later. This prevents side pins, ensures even flushes, and leads to success.

2. Agar or Grain to Grain Method:

  1. Let us know if you'd like your grain on top of the substrate.
  2. Place an Agar wedge or colonized grain on top of the grain.
  3. After 7 days, when the block has started to colonize, add a rubber band just below the base of the substrate to prevent side pins and ensure even flushes.

3. Fast Fruit Method:

  1. Mix all the contents of the Fast Fruit bag.
  2. Add your Agar plate, grain to grain, or liquid culture to the bag.
  3. Mix the contents thoroughly and wait.


Fruiting Methods: 2 Different Methods

Bag Fruiting - In Vitro

1. Fruit In Bag by simply inoculating, set, and forget. In normal conditions, fruit will occur in 4-6 weeks. Optimal fruiting temperatures are 70-75 degrees. Remember, heat the room, not the shroom.

2. Add a rubber band around the base of the bag to help prevent side pins




Shotgun Fruiting Chamber

1. Inoculate using Traditional Method Listed above. Once full colonization has been reached, build a shotgun fruiting chamber.


  1. Prepare a fruiting chamber using a 54 Quart Sterilite Gasket Bin.
  2. Cut 2 holes on the long side and 1 hole on the short side of the bin, each measuring 2-3 inches wide .
  3. Cover the holes with 3-inch Wide Micropore tape. Depending on your environment you will layer the micropore tape over the FAE (Fresh Air Exchange) holes. If a dry environment, add 3 layers, if a humid environment, use 1 layer, if regular environment, use 2 layers.
  4. Add a layer of perlite to the bottom of the bin and wet it so it's damp but not floating.
  5. Remove your colonized block and place on top of aluminum foil, on the damp perlite.
  6. Maintain humidity between 80-90% for optimal growth. A small hydrometer in the Shotgun Fruiting chamber will help optimize conditions. 


Depending on your growing conditions and method, you should see fruit in your bags in about 4-5 weeks. The optimal room temperature is 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

Don't forget to check out our instructional video on YouTube: CLICK HERE! 

Spore syringes are not recommended for direct use on grains due to potential sterility issues and slow germination.
We strongly advise using liquid culture or agar for faster and more successful colonization. Liquid cultures are not included. 
To achieve the best results, maintain a room temperature between 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit.
Our products are intended for legal use in gourmet and medicinal applications. Thank you for your understanding.

If Selecting aPlusAlpacaRabbit Substrate:

*Given the inherent characteristics of Alpaca manure, which is gently harvested directly from their grazing areas, it is natural to find occasional small pebbles or bits of hay mixed in. However, rest assured, these incidental inclusions do not compromise the sterility of the substrate