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Fungi breaking down 90% diaper materials in 2 months!

 
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http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/05/mushrooms-can-break-down-diapers-landfills.php
 
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It would be great if disposeable diapers came pre-inoculated with mycelium or spores (or even seeds, like with Paul Stamets' Lifebox: http://www.lifeboxcompany.com ) so people could just pile them up in their back yard and let nature do its thing.
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