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Peter-Other types of fungi easiest to grow outside

 
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Hi Peter,
I'm growing wine caps outside, but I'm interested in what would be the next easiest mushrooms to cultivate outside in a permaculture setting in the ground?
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John S
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Hi John,
Oysters (e.g. the Elm Oyster, Hypsizygus ulmarius) is a great garden mushroom and is also quite easy to grow.

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Peter
 
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