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FAQ > Mushrooms > What is spawn?

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Spawn is mycelium tissue of fungi which is used to propagate mushrooms. Specialty strains of mushrooms are incubated in a laboratory, then cultivated into a variety of forms, including wooden dowels (called plugs), and proprietary mixtures of sawdust and grain. Each of these, once colonized by mycelium, is referred to as spawn.

Last updated on January 9, 2012 by Matthew Kokenes