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Something is better than nothing

Monday, 25 Oct 10

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Given my last attempt at a mushroom farm was a complete failure, i don’t really know what to expect from this, but at least something seems to be happening this time. I’ve noticed that the “white stuff” that was coating the compost and sides of the bag has started to infiltrate the top layer of casing…i’m assuming this is a good thing! It’s spot in the cabinet under the laundry tub seems to have kept it pretty moist, as i’ve only just now given it its first spray of water since it set it going.

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Mushroom Farm



Not sure if sprouting it quite the right word for it?!


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