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Multi-branched and vigorous, this toothy mushroom grows well on beech and sugar maple. It does not form the long bearded clusters as does Hericium erinaceus, instead it appears as mounds of white froth; sweet and delicious. Fruiting occurs most abundantly in the autumn after the year of inoculation and for several years after that. While Comb Tooth has not been as well researched as Lionís Mane thus far for bioactive components, it is a culinary winner; always sweet and fragrant, regardless of the culture method.
Volume discount pricing applies to large (1,000 ct.) bags only:
1 - 6 bags: $42.00 ea.7 - 10 bags: $36.00 ea.11 - 19 bags: $30.00 ea.20 - 99 bags: $27.00 ea.100+ bags: $23.00 ea.