Radical Mycology: A Treatise on Seeing and Working with Fungi by Peter McCoy
Interwoven with a brief essay on fungal lessons. Radical Mycology presents the uniqueness of fungal biology, the important ecological role of micro and macro fungi. Firstly It starts with a chapter that explains how to identify it exactly.
What will you get from Radical Mycology?
In addition it gives readers direct control over the mushrooms. Thorough techniques for making effective mushroom medicines, growing fermented mushrooms for food, and growing cheap mushrooms with recycled tools (and still achieving laboratory quality).
Subsequent chapters go far beyond the limits of other books on mushrooms. Detailed information on the principles and practices of natural mushroom cultivation, which is greatly influenced by the permaculture design system, Moreover with detailed information on mycorrhizal cultivation and mycorrhizal science, the application of fungi to reduce contamination.
In conclusion Radical Mycology got a deeper insight into the social impact of mushrooms. From a look at mycelial networks in the formation of society as a whole to a rigorous study of the history of psychotropic mushrooms. Radical Mycology is written for both beginners and experienced mycologists. This book is valuable to anyone interested in Do-it-Yourself homesteads, community organization, food security, natural remedies, grassroots bioremediation, and the evolution of human fungal ecological relations. In a nut shell This book is a reference material more than a book about mushrooms. It is a call to work together with mushrooms to create a healthier world. This unprecedented book, heavily quoted and vividly explained by the author, will undoubtedly remain a classic for future generations. come.
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ISBN 10: 908228082
ISBN 13: 9780986399602
Publisher: Chthaeus Press
Pub date: 2016
Number of pages: 672 Pages
Weight: 2 kg
Dimensions: 20 x 18 x 4 cm
(Paper Back) Published 2016 by Chthaeus Press