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Growing Portobello mushrooms alongside Ginger root?

 
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I've bitten the bullet and ordered spores of mushrooms: Winecaps and Portobellos.

Winecaps I'll grow alongside my tomatoes.

But as for the Portobellos, they want nearly full shade.

I'm also planting Ginger Root for the first time this year, and ginger wants alot of shade also - partial shade, leaning towards full shade.

So I'm wondering if I can have both Ginger and Portobello intermingled in the same bed?

Will the Portobello try to eat the ginger?
 
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