Mycofoam is made of agricultural waste products like corn or hemp husks, oat hulls or cotton burrs and mushroom spores. This waste is molded into the desired shape and then seeded with mushroom spores, which hold the packaging together. When the foam reaches a desirable consistency, it is heated and dried. Once the packaging has served its purpose it can be “tossed in a lake to feed fish” or into your compost pile to fertilize your garden. […]


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