National Trust plans to source peat-free mushrooms

As part of its peat-free ethos, the National Trust is looking at finding mushrooms that are grown in alternative growing media.

by Matthew Appleby
Mushrooms grown in peat, a practice the National Trust wishes to curtail by sourcing mushrooms grown peat-free
Peat-free mushrooms are a National Trust aim - credit: Flickr/US Department of Agriculture

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