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The web site of Dr Ian R. Hall, Truffles and Mushrooms (Consulting) Ltd
P.O. Box 268, Dunedin 9054, New Zealand
A few species of truffle have been produced in plantations since the early 1800s. New techniques introduced beginning in the 1970s have made the cultivation of truffles and, more recently, other ectomycorrhizal mushrooms, somewhat more predictable. Even so, for a wide variety of reasons many plantations never produce. Consequently, investing in the cultivation of truffles and other ectomycorrhizal mushrooms must still be regarded as a speculative venture and potentially high-risk.
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