I had used the spawns of Oyester mushroom on wheat straws. I can see a lot of things growing here, but at the same time, a lot of fruits are drying up. I spray water on these almost 4 times a day. Is everything going well with these or am I missing on anything?
They look a bit young to say for certain, but there's certainly nothing that looks definitively un-Oyster to me.
I would say give it a day or two and check them again. My initial opinion was that yes, those do indeed look like very young fruiting bodies of Oyster mushrooms.
As to the dryness, I would check the ambient humidity. Are you keeping them in a closed container where they stay humid, or are they drying out between sprays?
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