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ANGEL SEWELL
#1 Posted : Tuesday, March 13, 2012 4:38:08 AM
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Hey... I'm new. My name is Angel. Today I saw a sign for mushroom compost. So when I went to see about it I ask the guy why it was called that  and he said cause they grow mushroom in it. I'd seen mushroom compost several times while reading but didn't check into it. But, it was affordable,25 bucks for a front end loader bucket full, so I bit. When he dumped it I asked wasn't it poo and he said yea. Cow poo. But after returning home with my p-up truck full of cow poop, I googled it and I don't think cow poop is mushroom compost. I don't even know if mushrooms actually got grown in it. Can any one clear this up for me?
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