One long–time blogger friend whom I admire, is former flight attendant Janey.
She also did live in my birth country and is an avid traveler.
Always interesting to read her posts!
Photo taken by husband Pieter while in Taiwan.
Shown are Pleurotus Eringii being grown on a mixture of sawdust and rice bran.
Janey showed them in her post: We Are Going Where? ←just click link.
It was quite a sight to see them being grown at Central Market.
In 'our' comment you will read: that they are being grown elsewhere in those inoculated, pressed blocks.
This photo is also from Pieter's trip to Taiwan.
Showing you Hericium erinaceus or Lion's Mane.
Janey did show those too in a real good photo.
To University of Bologna, Vicenza, Venice and via Austria to The Netherlands | previous post where I'm holding Pleurotus and where we also saw the above mentioned Pleurotus Eringii being grown outdoors.