An introduction to the Eumycota kingdom, mushroom foraging, mycorrizal relationships, integration of mycology into the five permaculture zones and more...many questions are asked which can lead down paths such as: Indigenous uses of fungi, mushroom growing cycles and the way they respond to natural climatic events.
INTRODUCTION TO MUSHROOMS 1.1 Definition of Mushrooms Mushrooms along with other fungi are living things which are neither plant nor animal. They have been placed in a kingdom of their own, called Myceteae.
rank third. Many other edible mushrooms, such as straw and wood ear mushrooms, are gaining in popularity. Roughly 300 mushroom species are edible, but only 30 have been domesticated and 10 are grown commercially. Button, oyster, and shiitake mushrooms make up about 70 percent of the world’s production (table 1). During the past 30 Fungiculture is the cultivation of mushrooms and other fungi. By growing fungi, food, medicine, construction materials and other products can be attained. A mushroom farm is in the business of growing fungi. The word is also commonly used to refer to the practice of cultivating fungi by leafcutter ants, termites, ambrosia beetles, and marsh ...
The major practical steps/segments of mushroom cultivation are: (1) Selection of an acceptable mushroom species, (2) Secretion of a good-quality fruiting culture, (3) Development of robust spawn, (4) Preparation of selective substrate/ compost, (5) Care of mycelial (spawn) running, (6) Management of fruiting and mushroom development, and (7) Careful harvesting of mushrooms.
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