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Harvesting mushrooms

There is no great mystery to harvesting your mushrooms, although there is some debate amongst amateur mycologists who hunt for outdoor species.
The debate revolves around whether to cut the fruit or twist and pull the mushroom from the mycelium. Realistically, it makes no difference.
The only pertinent point for wild mushroom foragers is to pick mushrooms that are mature to a point that they have distributed most of their spores so the species will continue to prosper.
Home growers can harvest in either manner, either plucking the fruit by hand or cutting it.
In the case of the home mushroom kit however, there is no need to allow the mushrooms to drop spores, so if you see a white “dust” dropping onto the surface below the colony, harvest them.
The white “dust” is spores and that means the fruit is mature.
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