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“We advise on the machinery, equipment and technology needed to develop different projects for the spawn production, compost plants or mushrooms cultivation facilities. we collaborate with the best international companies, specializing in developing and manufacturing machinery and equipment, as well as the regulation software systems and air conditioning for the mushrooms production“

We also have a network of international experts and research centres in the mushroom sector for the development of certain projects. We can also help you find compost, substrate and mushrooms spawn suppliers.

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New developments, derivatives and other uses

Mushrooms can be cultivated not only as food, but also as a source of useful substances for industry and as a source of health.We advise on the development of biotechnology to obtain extracts, enzymes, biofertilizers, biocontrol agents, nutraceuticals, molecules with biological activity, useful...

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Filtered Bags

Pillow Bags

Bags designed for the production of mycelium and organisms used in biocontrol (entomopathogenic fungi, nematodes, etc.).These bags are manufactured in both PP and PE.There are different types of filters and bag sizes, which are adapted to the specific needs that you have.Download the pillow bags...

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HERICIUM ERINACEUS (Lion`s Mane): A MEDICINAL MUSHROOM AND A GUN FOR BRAIN REJUVENATION, PREVENT AND REVERT THE ALZHÉIMER AND THE PROBLEMS OF MEMORY.

Today I want to tell you about a very interesting cultivated mushroom, this mushroom has a strange appearance of a white sponge or pompom and receives the nickname Lion's mane. Well, this kind of white sponge is a fungus called Hericium erinaceus and has amazing medicinal properties.In Japan, the Lion's Mane is popularly known as Yamabushitake, a word composed of Yamabushi and Take. The...

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Mycological Dictionary

Gleba

The sporogenous tissue forming the central mass of the sporophore in some Basidiomycetes such as puffballs and stinkhorns.

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