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  • Dixie I.

    mushroom mini farm

  • Valerie Grober

    Grow your own mushrooms - my farm has been growing 1 week, and I see mushroom buds!

  • Zehra Rizvi

    I am an avid mushroom fan and would LOVE to have this around...they have another one for Shitake as well. Mmmm: Tree Oyster Mushroom Mini-Farm

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