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spent cardboard mushroom substrate peat like?

 
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I was wondering what the spent substrate is like after growing oyster mushrooms on cardboard or paper. How much body does it have? Does the stuff have a peat like texture? If so, could it replace peat in potting mix? Would it matter if the mushroom is a white or brown rot?
 
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