This is one of our most delicious strains of oyster mushrooms. It grows in a wide variety of temperatures and is very productive, often producing large softball size clusters. This is a photo of the first flush after soaking some logs last week. This log was inoculated one year ago, allowed to incubate for a year then soaked to induce fruiting. We also grow this strain on pasteurized straw in buckets and bags for our dried mushroom spice blends. This nice firm cluster fruiting outdoors in August here in Humboldt County went straight into the frying pan for dinner.