Mushroom Farming Step by Step guide – by Tim Angwenyi.
How You Can Make Your First Million In Just 2 Months With Mushroom Farming In Kenya.
Now there is no more reason to claim that you lack the capital to start a business. Mushroom farming has come to the rescue of all entrepreneurs who have the drive but lack the financial muscle to start big businesses. Mushroom farming in Kenya is probably the cheapest and easiest to start and it would be highly suitable for the youth who are most often cash strapped.
A mushroom is a macro fungus with a distinctive fruiting body. The fruiting body is large enough to be seen by the naked eye.
Mushroom farming requires very little capital to start with. You can start with Kshs 10,000 or less. What is needed is a room, Substrate – which is the material upon which mushroom grows and Spawn – which is the seed. Even though this is farming, you don’t need a farm.