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Small-scale mushroom cultivation

Foreword 3 Foreword Mushroom cultivation fits in very well with sustainable farming and has several advantages:? It uses agricultural waste products?

Applying* Mushroom*Compost* to*Landscaping*&*Lawns

Commercial Applications that Include Mushroom Compost P * Mine reclamation projects P * Wetland material P * Storm water management basins P * Stream retrofit material P * Highway site remediation P * Parking lot islands P * Green roofs P * Filtration socks P * Compost blankets P * Erosion ...

Training Manual on Mushroom Cultivation Technology

Microsoft Word - Training Manual on Mushroom Cultivation final version S.T.Chang.doc

Mother Earth News: Fall Mushrooming

Honey Mushroom (Tricholoma Family) The honey mushroom (Armillariella mellea), also nicknamed "button mushroom," has a one- to four-inch yellow-brown cap and stalk with a whitish ring directly under the cap.

A KEY TO GILLED MUSHROOMS IN THE AUDUBON FIELD GUIDE

Mushroom off-white to brownish, smooth; in grassy areas-- Agrocybe pp. 556-558 33. Cap and stalk scaly--34 33. Cap slimy, smooth; gills gray-brown; distinct ring; ...

How ARE mushrooms identified

Montana Department of Public Health & Human Services Wild Mushroom Poisoning Fact Sheet WILD MUSHROOMS THE RISK OF POISONING How ARE mushrooms identified?

Shiitake Paper Final

Almost all of the shiitake imported to Japan came from China ( The Mushroom Growers' Newsletter , June, 2001). In the United States of America, ...

Shiitake Mushrooms - A New Forest Product ?

Shiitake Mushrooms - A New Forest Product ? Over the past few years, a tremendous interest has developed in Michigan around the fresh, edible mushroom known as Shiitake (Say Shee-ta-kay).

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STUFFED PORTOBELLO MUSHROOM A giant Portobello mushroom basted with garlic butter and stuffed with artichoke hearts, feta, sun dried tomatoes, and spinach.

CULTIVATION TECHNOLOGY OF PADDY STRAW MUSHROOM

FOREWARD Mushrooms are known for their delicacy and nutritional values and paddy straw mushroom is not an exception. This mushroom prefers tropical and sub-tropical climates, so it has great potential in a country like India, where diverse climatic conditions prevail.