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What is the Easiest Oyster Mushroom to grow?

There are many varieties of oyster mushrooms. The good choice of oyster to grow is:

Blue Oyster mushroom: This is the easiest and one of the highest yielding. And it is the best mushroom to grow at home for beginners.

The Blue Oyster mushroom is a fun mushroom to grow at home. It grows fast and is satisfying to watch.

The initial blue color is stunning, and leads to large and delicious fruits. The mushroom is also a great choice for growing outside, producing much larger fruits with relatively low maintenance.

The mushroom also stores well for relatively long in the fridge, and can be dehydrated for long term storage.

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What is the Easiest Oyster Mushroom to grow?

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