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Microorganisms, good and bad ones are reproduced and multiplied in composted manure, which even after pasteurized are likely to leave mycotoxins in it. Most of those microorganisms die. That's a fact. But what happens to those harmful mycotoxins in this substrate? are they depleted somehow? or are they metabolized by the mushroom when it colonizes the substrate?
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Looking for Lion's Mane and Yellow Oyster culture. Will trade for: Shiitake/King Oyster/Blue Oyster/White Beech.
Me for info.
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Mushrooms don't 'soak up' toxins into the fruit bodies. The only stuff you really need to worry about are heavy metals and radiation - which fruits will absorb from the environment. Basically, don't ever pick mushrooms around industrial sites, near the side of the road, or next to Chernobyl.