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What Mode Of Nutrition Does A Mushroom Have?

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Saprophytic mode of nutrition because it feeds on dead and decaying organic matter and converts simple organic substances into inorganic forms.
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Hi, Mushroom has a saprophytic mode of nutrition, which is a type of heterotrophic nutrition in which organisms like mushrooms feed on dead and decaying plant or animal matter. Mushrooms prefer dark, cool, moist, and humid growing environments. They grow best in temperatures between 55 and 60 degrees F, away from drying, direct heat and drafts. There are so many mushroom spawn suppliers like Agrinoon available, which produce the quality based fresh and dried mushroom in the market with best offer prices. Thanks.

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Hi, Mushroom has the saprophytic mode of nutrition, which is a type of heterotrophic nutrition in which organisms like mushrooms feed on dead and decaying plant or animal matter. Mushrooms prefer dark, cool, moist, and humid growing environments. They grow best in temperatures between 55 and 60 degrees F, away from drying, direct heat and drafts. There are so many mushroom spawn suppliers like Agrinoon available, which produce the quality based fresh and dried mushroom in the market with best offer prices. Thanks.

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