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Growing mushrooms from used coffee grounds - 14 Feb 2012

Two college students ditched plans to enter the consulting and banking fields when they discovered they could grow mushrooms using coffee grounds. The "Back to the Roots" founders say they diverted 1 million pounds of coffee grounds from the landfill in 2011.

Topics: Sustainable Agriculture and Forestry ,Organic Farming

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