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 Why does fungus grow on fruit?

Answer Yes and no. "Dishwasher safe" means something will not be melted by the heat of the dishwasher, which gets up to between 160 to 180 degrees F (71 to 82 degrees C). That's really hot. Most people l... Read More »
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Home Remedies to Stop Fungus on Fruit Trees?

When you plant a fruit tree, you might have to wait years for it to mature enough to start producing fruit. A fungal infection on the tree can destroy your harvest, making all that waiting for noth... Read More »
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What do you need to grow fungus?

try agar search google for "potato dextrose yeast agar recipe"
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How to Grow Some Fungus?

You can't see individual microbes without a microscope, but you can see groups of them. The easiest to see and grow are fungi--plant-like organisms that unlike regular plants, cannot make their own... Read More »
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How Fast Does Fungus Grow on Bread?

Fungus is found and used in many aspects of nature. It is what helps recycle decaying or diseased organic material. Fungus in the form of mold can also cause serious health problems when ingested. ... Read More »
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