https://youtu.be/pSFKYgzLfFA Transcript With the expansion of globalized food markets, reliable geographical identification is essential to avoid foodstuffs' mislabeling and fraud. The legislation, therefore, introduced the country-of-origin labeling. As a mushroom can produce either by using domestic resources or import the resources in part or in total from foreign countries, this system can fall short, as … Continue reading How foreign companies can legally trick you as a customer!
https://youtu.be/mzn43c5JLRU Transcription Indonesia's oil palm plantation increased from 11.3 million ha in 2015 to 14.6 million ha in 2019, or by 6.6% YoY. In 2015 over 30 million tons of empty fruit bunches were produced, which are the first waste product (Fig. 1) of the process of fresh fruit bunches into crude palm oil and … Continue reading How to cultivate Straw Mushroom on Palm Empty Fruit Bunches
https://youtu.be/ogNRxo7kUtg Transcript Armillaria mellea is an edible and medicinal mushroom found from spring to Autumn near coniferous or broad-leaved trees. In Asian countries such as China and Japan, the research has been focused on an artificial production of the fruitbodies to secure precious medicinal mushroom resources, with Korea focusing on using sawdust as the main … Continue reading Does this casing material work? Armillaria mellea
https://youtu.be/LpRew0Yx8Ew Transcript To define what is the best mushroom strain, we must first determine the parameters by which we will compare each mushroom strain with one another. For this purpose, I use what I call MVR which stands for Mushroom Value Rating. A rating system I borrowed from Curtis Stone and adjusted to the world … Continue reading HOW TO EVALUATE A MUSHROOM | MVR METHOD
https://youtu.be/dzOlV3shKgk Transcription Today, I want to share with you why in my opinion, the 3-step-approach is the best way to start growing mushrooms and how it saves you time and money by making fewer mistakes and, therefore, speed up your learning curve. The 3-step-approach is a concept I introduced in my first video about the … Continue reading How to Start a Mushroom Business | The 3-step Approach
Choosing the right amount of lime and gypsum as well as the optimal ratio between them is crucial as the values will influencing the mycelial growth rate. In today's video I'll, therefore, talk about a research paper in which the authors compare different treatments with lime and gypsum as well as several types of grain … Continue reading Efficacy of grain spawn and Lime/Gypsum ratio | Oyster Mushroom
https://youtu.be/nO3pvy_R0Uc Transcript Today’s mushroom is edible and medicinal and has been inhabited on the soil surface or rotted woods of the broad-leaved trees from summer to autumn. I will, therefore, present today a research paper in which the authors investigated the different supplements for the cultivation of this mushroom. Oak sawdust was used as the … Continue reading How to cultivate the edible and medicinal Oudemansiella radicata
https://youtu.be/I2blx1BeR_8 Transcript As mushrooms are more and more recognized for their potential as a functional food, I will focus in today's video on the cultivation of Phellinus linteus, known as the black hoof mushroom. Let's get started. To find the best culture media for cultivation, the author tested the first four types. The highest growth was … Continue reading How to cultivate Phellinus linteus|Optimizing Cultivation Parameters
https://youtu.be/y31cOpU6G2Y Transcript In today’s video I will talk about the influence of rice bran, maize powder, and wheat bran on the cultivation of Calocybe indica, known as the Milky mushroom. The mushrooms were cultivated on rice straw. The first plot shows the number of days to primordia formation. The fasted time with 13.5 days could … Continue reading Influence of Supplementation|Milky Mushroom
https://youtu.be/mAwvD3aii9A Transcript In 2018 the United States produced over 67 million tons of paper and paperboard waste. According to the EPA, 68% of this waste got recycled, around 6% got burned to produce electricity, and roughly 26% find its way to the landfill. To address this issue, I want to talk about a research paper … Continue reading Cardboard as a substrate: What to expect?