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Re: [penn-permaculture] Mushroom cultivation

From: Ruth Ann L.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 9:03 PM
I would also like to hear others experiences.  We collect coffee grounds from our local Wawa for composting.  We get about four 5 gal. buckets a day.  I read that you can grow mushrooms in spent coffee grounds.  Has anyone done that?  Thanks for the input.
Ruth Ann
Sent: Wednesday, November 07,[masked]:23 PM
Subject: [penn-permaculture] Mushroom cultivation
I plan on learning a lot more about mushrooms this fall/winter, & I'm interested in growing edible mushrooms indoors this season & outdoors in spring/summer/fall next year.
Does anyone have experience in this in the Philadelphia climate who could share? Pitfalls, lessons, etc.
And also, does anyone have any spores for edible mushrooms they could share, as I understand the spores on a single print are in the gajillions!
Thanks a lot!

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