Mushroom Cultivation in Bali Workshop

Learn how to turn waste coffee grounds, straw, cardboard and sawdust into delicious gourmet mushrooms. Nick Ritar from Milkwood Permaculture will explain the ecology and biology of fungi and show you some easy low-tech mushroom cultivation methods. You’ll learn to use recycled containers and organic wastes to grow delicious gourmet mushrooms in your home or garden.

You will leave with a container filled with grain spawn you have inoculated in class, that will enable you to begin cultivating mushrooms at home.

Location

The workshop will be held at The Kul Kul Farm in Sibang Kaja, Bali as part of a 2 week Permaculture Design Course.

Your Teacher

Nick Ritar is a passionate small-scale mushroom cultivator who heads the mushroom propagation project at Milkwood. Nick has trained with world-leading mycologist Paul Stamets from Fungi Perfecti and has been teaching mushroom propagation since 2011.

His passion for knowledge and hands-on skills is infectious, and his aim with this workshop is that you will leave confident and ready to take on a wide range of mushroom propagation techniques at home.

Payment

You can either pay below with credit card or paypal, or you can email maria@kulkulfarm.com to make payment directly in Indonesian Rupiah.

Price

General Ticket US $ 60 / IDR 850,000
Friends/ Couples (2+ tickets) $ 45 / IDR 640,000

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