Where Does Fungi Grow?

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There are two things that fungi needs to grow, moisture and food. For most types of fungi that is all that they require to live. There are some species of fungi that are a little more particular about where they will grow. You can find more information here: http://www.workershealth.com.au/facts028.html
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they need air,food,water and warmth to grow.if you put the bread in a plastic bag and put it in the warmth place,the fungi will grow.
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Fungi or mold grows in moist areas. Fungi usually thrives in dark moist places and reproduces as a result of spores that settle in moist areas.
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