The Mushrooms Circular Agriculture Cycle
Mushrooms are a fascinating organisms that have a unique lifecycle. Unlike most plants, which grow from seeds, mushrooms reproduce by spores.
A ripe fruit body (mushroom) first discharges its spores.
The spores start to expand after they germinate. The spores then begin to draw in other spores and start to reproduce.
Mycelium growth is accelerated by the infected spores' increased hyphal production.
Once the mycelium has expanded sufficiently, a hyphal knot develops and the mushroom begins to grow. into it's primordal formation.
Fruit body selection...
The cycle continues as the mushroom matures and releases more spores over time.