Mushroom spores can travel round the World, just floating in the air. They are very small and tough. It has even been suggested that they could travel in space, between stars. Most mushroom spores need special conditions to grow. Like most living organisms, they will become invasive given the correct conditions. Fungi are part of nature's waste disposal system, mainly living on dead and decaying material. They often form beneficial relationships with plants (some plants, such as Argania spinosa, need their community of fungi to survive in their native regions). Other Fungi can have seriously unfortunate effects on living organisms.
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Sent: 7/9/09 12:12 PM
Subject: [pfaf] Re: Truffles: Do you know where to get spores and how to grow them?
GArden web maybe.
under the Mushroom section, http://forums.gardenweb.com/forums/crypto/
I've recieved paw paw seeds from here
I wonder if spores could become invasive from tranporting off your cloths anyone know?
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> Hello Everyone,
> I heard that the Italians grow them.
> I was wondering if I could get some spores and
> grow them here in my damp basement in my
> house in Cebu City, Philippines.
> Anyone here knows how I may get my
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