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Actually, I'd say in some respects oysters and shiitake are easier to grow than cubensis. Infact, I'd say that certain oyster strains defy any attempt to *stop* them from fruiting...they'll take a lot of abuse.
As for growing in a closet....do you really think that your closet has room for 100 6-7lb shiitake blocks so that you have a reasonable chance of actually having enough fresh shrooms to sell at a weekly farmer's market?
Also, be advised that in some places you'll need to adhere to farming regulations (whatever they might be). And if you plan on growing organically, you can't call stuff organic with another certification in a lot of places.
-------------------- It may look like a button mushroom right now, but wait until you see how it grows!
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