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Always in a state of rot.

 
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Location: Deleon Springs, United States
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Thank you Peter for the opportunity to review your book, it appears it would be available an asset to my library in the years to come as enter my retirement years.

I live in central Florida, due to the high humidity, frequent rains and heat everything is in a state of rapid growth or rapid rot.

What would be good fungi to cultivate? I am interested in food of course and fungi used for medicinal properties. My area may have 150-200 chills hours per year.

J Coleman
 
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