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    Mushroom production during pandemic in Poland going relatively well

    At the very beginning of the pandemic, manufacturers limited the production of substrate. After three weeks, there were significantly fewer mushrooms on the market. At the moment, the production of the substrate is relatively normal.

    The pandemic has caused great instability in trade. Order for five cars suddenly turns into two cars. It is known that the mushrooms will sell out by Christmas, but then there is a 'dead period'.

    https://www.freshplaza.com/article/9...latively-well/

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    The key to fighting future pandemics? Old-growth forests, says mushroom guru Paul Stamets

    The large, gnarled, woody-looking layered mushroom, more specifically the polypore Fomitopsis officinalis, is about the size of a toddler’s torso.

    Its dull outward appearance belies the invaluable medical properties agarikon — and a host of other fungi — might possess, said Stamets, who has been on the hunt for the endangered mushroom for decades.

    https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/...l-stamets.html

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