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Title: Cultivation of Agricus biporus by using Domestic System
Authors: Dhadwal, Akshay
Sood, Hemant [Guided by]
Keywords: Agricus biporus
Spawn run
Casing soil
Harvesting of mushroom
Issue Date: 2021
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: A mushroom is the plump, spore-bearing organ of a fungus belonging to the family Agaricaceae that usually cultivate above the ground on its food source. The word mushroom is most often called to those fungi which posses a stem, a cap and gills on the underside of the cap. Their spores are referred to as basidiospores, It is also helpful to cure many of the diseases, since it posses antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anticancer activities. The study has been used for the cultivation of mushroom from household waste materials such as dead and decay fruits and vegetables. By using domestic system two harvests of mushroom crops was generate. Spawn of 250 gm was used as inoculums in 5kg of compost bag which contained decomposed kitchen waste produced 300 to450 gm of compost bag. So this system could be used for carrying out cost effective and environment friendly production of mushroom by optimizing household conditions
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