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Renewing a wine cap bed

 
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Does anyone know if I need to worry about feeding my wine cap bed more food after it stops fruiting, or will it survive on plant roots while looking for more food to grow on, and expand in that area? I'm asking, because I'm wondering if I should give it a wheelbarrow full, or just let it get by.
 
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Wine caps feed on dead and decaying organic matter. So they don't get nutrients from tree roots like mycorrhizal fungi.
 
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