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I understand that fluffy mycelium grows in cases of low humidity...but why does it do that? I am guessing that the fluffiness creates higher humidity in the fluffy area so that mushrooms can better grow? Any ideas?
Actually low RH grows little mycelium and it is usually depressed at best. High humidity on the other hand is usually the reason myc grows fluffy as myc thrives in moisture and the higher the RH the moister the air. Theres lots of good reading to be read atheris. GL
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