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How to revive the button mushroom bags

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I have just got into the hobby of growing mushroom. Please pardon my noob language on the query below.

I got some mushroom fruiting bags a couple of weeks back. I was able to harvest twice so far. The first cut was good, and the second cut had a lot lower productivity. Now, it seems the growth is fractional. These bags are kept in the open air, outside in balcony.

I water these 1-2x a day, through a sprayer. ~50ML each bag.

These bags were procured locally. I am based out of Delhi, India. The weather profile is presented below.

Can someone please point what am I doing wrong? Are these bags about to die or can we expect a few more mushrooms in the next few weeks?
Status as of 6th Feb - Bag 1
Status as of 6th Feb - Bag 1
Status as of 6th Feb - Bag 2
Status as of 6th Feb - Bag 2
Climate profile Delhi
Climate profile Delhi
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