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The technicians in charge of the spawn elaboration, the technicians in charge of substrate processing and composting or the mushroom growers how you are too busy with the day-to-day running of your composting plant, your spawn laboratory or your cultivation facility. This blog aims to offer you many practical and useful tips, perhaps some of the tips are familiar to you, or describe quite logical situations. But there may also be some situations that you have never thought of before, So how do you manage things in your crop, spawn laboratory or composting yard? Maybe there are some things you could do better or differently!

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

Created on 15.10.2020hongo.melena.de.leon

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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BIODEGRADABLE FILTER BAGS: AN INNOVATIVE AND SUSTAINABLE SOLUTION FROM UNICORN BAGS FOR MUSHROOMS GROWING AND BIOCONTROL

Created on 15.01.2020bio

UNICORN bags have always had a strong interest in sustainability and environmental car. That is why 15 years ago they developed a line of biodegradable filter bags, but by then they were ahead of their time, and users did not show much interest in this matter, so this project was stalled. But times are changing and now we are witnessing the growth of greater environmental awareness and this...

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MUSHROOMS SOLUTIONS WAS IN THE MUSHROOMS DAYS 2019

Created on 09.05.2019b4.jpg

This past May, MUSHROOMS SOLUTIONS was at the MUSHROOMS DAYS in Brabanthallen`s Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands, where the 35th edition of the MUSHROOMS DAYS was held from May 22nd to 24th.This event is an excellent opportunity for the cultivated mushroom sector to get to know each other, for the exchange the experiences and to keep up to date with the latest developments in the sector.MUSHROOMS...

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THE IMPORTANT ROLE OF POULTRY MANURE IN COMPOST FOR MUSHROOM CULTIVATION

Created on 24.04.2019Almacenaniento  de la gallinaza

Chicken manure, popularly known as -Gallinaza- is a good that was scarce a few years ago for composting plants in Spain. There were several reasons for this, among others that the management of it was in the hands of a few suppliers who struggled to establish a kind of monopoly with this product. Fortunately, this situation has now changed, new farms have been integrated as suppliers and there is...

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Consultancy

Industrial design and technology transfer

Together with the client, we define the specific project to be developed, specifying all the key aspects of the project and taking it by the hand until it is put into operation.We support in the definition of the design, projection and planning of the different facilities of each project. We advise...

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Filtered Bags

Gusseted Bags

Autoclavable bags with side bellows that allow them to remain standing in the filling.They are generally used for the production of mycelium and for the production of Shiitake substrates and other species of fungi that require steam sterilized substrates.This type of bags are manufactured in...

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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

Pileus

The caplike part of the fruiting body, bearing the spore layer on its under surface.

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