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Comments for: Maine farmers tap technology to grow organic mushroom business

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  • Anonymous

    Science…what a wonderful thing!

  • Anonymous

    Maine really could use a reliable producer of Psilocybe cubensis.

  • Anonymous

    I guess early on they were referred to as “culinary mushrooms” which should have tipped me off that they weren’t the white, button mushrooms that we’ve been used to eating. Started when we lived in PA not that far from the Kennett Square mushroom growing area. Those were grown on horse manure since that’s horse country. Later, when living in suburban Chicago, there was a small mushroom “cave” also grown on horse manure selling mostly onsite (growing in the dark seems to be an essentail part of the process). We haven’t eaten canned mushrooms since and only rarely eat the “culinaries”.

    That said, I’m surprised that the traditional methods aren’t considered “organic”. How much more organic can you get?

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