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Cool concept! Does anyone know if this can be done without toxic chemicals at a "back-yard" or "community-based" production basis?

I wonder if Paul Stamets has done any research in the area. He's done research on mushrooms for bio-remediation. And he wears a mushroom hat at times.
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