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/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/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/8hFFrXdnT-o Transcript Growing high-quality mushrooms depends on finding the best mushroom strain. It is, therefore, necessary to run experiments to analyze the vegetative growth of several strains. Today’s research paper addressed this topic and investigated different growing conditions of four strains of Hericium erinaceus, better known as the Lion’s Mane. All four strains were grown … Continue reading Optimum Growing Conditions for the Mycelium of Lion’s Mane
Get directly access to the most watched videos from my YouTube Channel. If you don't want to miss an upload then click on the subscription button. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lp5Ul8a2QuU&list=PLWr3K3sOBTpsIkLs6yOaOjhVhQTfn2e6T&index=1 Learn the main mistakes many mushroom farmers and I did in the beginning. Knowing them gives you a head start. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGpLW5vfsRs&list=PLWr3K3sOBTpsIkLs6yOaOjhVhQTfn2e6T&index=2&t=9s The cultivation of morel has fascinated mankind … Continue reading TOP 10 IMC videos on YouTube in 2020
https://youtu.be/MPUbF4oHyQU Transcript The success of your mushroom farm depends on the reliability of your production. To secure a constant production with a high-quality yield, the availability of good quality spawn is necessary. This itself depends on identifying suitable agar media, which leads to the vigorous growth of the mycelium after the transfer. Therefore, today’s research … Continue reading Optimizing Culture Media | Pleurotus sapidus
https://youtu.be/0L2BcY3AyrY Transkript Cultivating mushrooms in a hot climate is a challenge. To overcome this issue, many different strategies can be applied. One of them is the use of a mushroom strain, which can handle the high temperature. Calocybe indica, better known as the milky mushroom, is such a mushroom. Let's compare this mushroom with the … Continue reading How to Cultivate the Milky mushroom
Some types of mushrooms do need light, some don’t. Back in 1980, Eger-Hummel placed mushrooms into four different categories according to their need for light (Fig. 1). Group A: Light and darkness play no role at any stage of fruiting body development. Group B: Light and darkness play no role in primordium formation, but the … Continue reading Do Mushrooms need Light?