1. In this Agrodok information is given on the cultivation of Button Mushroom, which is consumer worldwide, and Rice Straw Mushroom, which is much valued in Asia.
  2. In addition to converting organic wastes into edible mushrooms, the spent compost, a byproduct of mushroom cultivation, can be used as organic soil conditionser/fertilizers. The range of possible applications of these technologies in this bulleting entitle "Guide to Mushroom Cultivation in the...
  3. This publication provides information and covers almost all aspects of mushroom cultivation. The discussions can be used as reference materials both for mushroom researchers and mushroom growers. It also descirbes the problems and diseases that will likelybe encountered during extenisive...
  4. Abstract, Food Science and Food Safety, 2019 Pickling is one of the methods for preserving food. However, this term may refer to both types of products, that is, to those subjected to lactic acid fermentation and to marinated ones (acidified) that are usually produced by the addition of acetic...
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  6. 2015-05-12 How to cultivate mushrooms in the tropics, an introduction and overview.
  7. 1993-01-01 Heavy flowering of Neem indicates trouble? Dr. Jason Yapp, Agricultural Services & Development Manager, Rural Development Corporation, Malaysia.“I would like to reply to Nigel Florida’s inquiry regards to successful tropical mushroom cultivation Timothy Volk, MCC, Nigeria. “I noted Eddie...
  8. 2017-12-11 Featured in the AN: An Innovative, Inexpensive, Environmentally Friendly Method to Pasteurize Mushroom Media in the Tropics Using a Styrofoam Box Op-Ed: Forage Plants for Improved Human Development Upcoming events in 2018: Myanmar Seed Saving Workshop Asia Pacific Sustainable Agriculture &...
  9. This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 33. Mushrooms such as oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus) are usually grown in plastic bags filled with organic material that may include organic farm wastes. That material must be sterilized (heated to temperatures above 100C) or pasteurized (heated to a...
  10. This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 33. Summary Mushrooms such as oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus) are usually grown in plastic bags filled with organic material that may include organic farm wastes. That material must be sterilized (heated to temperatures above 100C) or pasteurized...