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India’s Harjinder Kaur Randhawa, who is 66-year-old now, to support the family income started cultivating mushrooms as a hobby in her courtyard in 1989, in Dhardeo village of Amritsar district of Punjab. More than 30 years down the line, together with her sons, today Randhawa Mushroom Farm, grow as many as 12 varieties of mushroom such as button mushrooms, oyster mushrooms and milky mushrooms. The premises not just ensure all-year-round production, but also have a wholesale unit for storing up to eight quintals of the vegetable, in addition to a retail outlet.

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