https://youtu.be/kTQqYo6bSvc Transcript Today we are looking at substrate production through the lens of LEAN and especially the 8 types of waste.If you are not familiar with them, let me give you a brief overview. Defects: Efforts caused by rework, scrap, and incorrect informationOverproduction: Production that is more than needed or before it is needed.Waiting: Wasted … Continue reading 8 types of waste | Lean Mushroom Farming
https://youtu.be/Lbt39_-4yaA Transcription The cultivated mushroom industry is subjected to increasing pressure for a change in the productive systems as consumers ask more and more for healthier products with an environmentally respectful background to cut down dependence on chemical fungicides, which are used to fight fungal diseases. Fungal diseases are among the most severe mushroom disorders … Continue reading Fungal Diseases in Mushroom Crops | Good Management Practice
Transcription DisclaimerToday's video will cover a health topic. The information is not intended or implied as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. I encourage you to confirm any information obtained from it and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with a medical professional. All content is for general information … Continue reading Listeria Outbreak on Mushroom Farm killed 4 people | Good Management Practice
https://youtu.be/Rx8eopNUxNQ Transcript Mushrooms are known, used, and cultivated for their nutritional and medicinal values. But are there differences between wild mushrooms and cultivated mushrooms? And if so, which once? The first difference can be found in their different nutritional profiles. A study found that wild mushrooms provide less energy/calories than cultivated mushrooms as they contain … Continue reading What are the difference between cultivated mushrooms and wild mushrooms?
https://youtu.be/I7Em4vNYHZ4 Transcript For every 4 tons of wheat or rice, 6 tons of straw is produced. This by-product gets in some regions often just burned as it seems it has no value. But as straw consists of cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin and with a c:n ratio between 34-120:1, it is a perfect resource for cultivating … Continue reading Hot water immersion vs Cold water immersion
Transcript The results from my latest poll about "what is your favorite," thank you for participating, shocked me quite a bit. Mainly because most of you prefer to experiment with mycelium, substrate, and recipes over growing mushrooms or running a mushroom farm. While thinking about the reasons behind the results, I remembered a concept I … Continue reading Traits you need to build a successful mushroom farm
https://youtu.be/I6zUMJsFtkc Transcript While the popularity of mushrooms due to their different properties is growing, according to Chinese researchers, we are ignoring some contradictions. The worldwide mushroom production of around 12 million metric tons in 2019 is estimated to reach 23 million metric tons in 2027. Hence, sustainability and the impact on the environment are in … Continue reading Jun Cao Technology: A brief introduction
Transcript Start with the end in mind Starting with the end in mind means that you should get clear about what you want out of this endeavor before you choose to go all-in. What should it look like at the end of the day? Do you want to grow mushrooms for fun, meaning just keep … Continue reading Don’t start a mushroom farm before watching this!
https://youtu.be/OHp5-2t_388 Transcript Having the best substrate for a specific mushroom can be the difference between making or losing money. One of the main tasks of a mushroom farmer is, therefore, regularly testing different substrates and their influence on the performance of the cultivated mushrooms in searching for the best substrate-mushroom-fit. In today’s video, we will, therefore, explore the … Continue reading Which substrate should you choose for growing oyster mushrooms?
Transcript Knowing the main metrics will improve your understanding of growing mushrooms if you are just starting out with mushroom cultivation. Besides, these metrics will also help you to be successful in the long run. When it comes to measuring the health of your mycelium, the following two metrics – mycelium growth measured in distance … Continue reading Knowing these metrics will help you to run your mushroom farm.