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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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Marisa Peña interview in Fresh Plaza

I am convinced that the 21st century is going to be the century of the development of fungi as biofactoriesAlthough they are usually available in the vegetable section of stores and supermarkets, we should recall that fungi belong to a biological kingdom separate from plants, one of the five different kingdoms in which living organisms can be classified based on their evolutionary kinship. The...

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Mycological Dictionary

mushroom compost

The fermented substrate. The reason for composting substrate in mushroom cultivation is to make it more selective for the desired mushroom. A mixture usually consisting largely of decaying organic matter. Different types of mushrooms require different types of compost for the selective growth of...

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