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Mushroom attack

Local farmers launch campaign to fund research about how mushrooms can break down harmful herbicides
Gabe Deall and Travis Custer sell mushrooms at a farmers market. The pair farm mushrooms near Mancos and believe the mushrooms could also be used to clean up herbicide contamination.
Mushroom oysters sprout at the San Juan Mycology operation near Mancos. Travis Custer and Gabe Deall believe that similar fungi can be used to clean up herbicides that have contaminated soil in the area.
Travis Custer (pictured) and his business partner Gabe Deall raise edible mushrooms near Mancos.
Travis Custer shows Dolores student Tim Wyman some young fungus growing a jar. Custer was giving a hands-on lesson on how fungi help the soil in the Dolores school garden.

Mushroom attack

Gabe Deall and Travis Custer sell mushrooms at a farmers market. The pair farm mushrooms near Mancos and believe the mushrooms could also be used to clean up herbicide contamination.
Mushroom oysters sprout at the San Juan Mycology operation near Mancos. Travis Custer and Gabe Deall believe that similar fungi can be used to clean up herbicides that have contaminated soil in the area.
Travis Custer (pictured) and his business partner Gabe Deall raise edible mushrooms near Mancos.
Travis Custer shows Dolores student Tim Wyman some young fungus growing a jar. Custer was giving a hands-on lesson on how fungi help the soil in the Dolores school garden.
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