The Future Is Fungi

Spawn, grow, and fruit your own mushrooms directly from the bag!

All bags are made in America from American resin and are 100% recyclable

Not sure where to start? Check out this quick-reference sheet to answer some of the most commonly asked questions

Most Popular Sizes

Small Unicorns

Tiny but fierce, these 1-2lb bags hold about as much as a quart jar and are perfect for smaller pressure vessels and larger order volumes.

Medium Unicorns

Sturdy and practical, these medium-sized bags can easily hold 3 pounds of your favorite grain. For those on the metric system, that's about 84 chicken nuggets.

Large Unicorns

These 7 pound bags are the original size of our very first version produced in 1990

XL Unicorns

These 10lb behemoths are large enough to fit even the most demanding production scale
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    Fair use is the right to use a copyrighted work under certain conditions without permission of the copyright owner.

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  • The doctrine helps prevent a rigid application of copyright law that
    would stifle the very creativity the law is designed to foster.

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  • Fair use of copyrighted works, as stated in US copyright law, “for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.”

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  • Transformative use is a relatively new addition to fair use law, having been first raised in a Supreme Court decision in 1994. (Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music, 510 U.S. 569 (1994.) A new work based on an old one work is transformative if it uses the source work in completely new or unexpected ways.

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  • Transformative uses
    are those that add something new, with a further purpose or different
    character, and do not substitute for the original use of the work.

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  • Transformativeness is a characteristic of such derivative works that makes them transcend, or place in a new light, the underlying works on which they are based. In computer- and Internet-related works, the transformative characteristic of the later work is often that it
    provides the public with a benefit not previously available to it, which would otherwise remain unavailable. Such transformativeness weighs
    heavily in a fair use analysis and may excuse what seems a clear
    copyright infringement from liability.

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  • Such transformativeness weighs
    heavily in a fair use analysis and may excuse what seems a clear
    copyright infringement from liability. Supreme Court case Campbell v. Acuff-Rose Music is important in large part because it ordered that commerciality should be given less weight in fair-use determinations and transformation greater weight.

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