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growing 'shrooms on Camphor Laurel?

 
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Camphor laurel (Cinnamomum camphora) is considered a "pest" in Australia and to my knowledge the only good use anyone has come up with for it are chopping blocks.  Anyone tried growing mushrooms on it?  It is pretty resinous so not a likely candidate.... but who knows?
 
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