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Gusseted Bags

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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 various sizes and with various types of Filters.

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Spawn Elaboration

We help to design and start up new spawn laboratory installations with different degrees of technification: from simple installations to the latest biotechnological developments. We provide technical support and technology transfer to improve the quality of inoculum and commercialspawnproduction.We...

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Filtered Bags

Filters and perforations

UNICORN manufactures its own filters.The customer can choose between various types of filters for their bags, according to their needs of gas exchange, type of substrate formulation, the use to which the bag will be destined, etc. These parameters will define the filter requirements.The main...

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VALORISATION OF THE SPENT MUSHROOM SUBSTRATE (SMS) IS CRUCIAL FOR DEVELOPING A SUSTAINABLE MUSHROOM INDUSTRY IN THE FRAME OF A CIRCULAR-ECONOMY MODEL

The study of the exploitation potential of the Spent substrate from mushroom cultivation has been a topic that has always aroused my curiosity. Many years ago, it has been 20 years since I began my research and experiences in relation to this matter, back in 2003, when almost no one was talking about sustainability, climate change or the circular economy, much less in the field of mushrooms...

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Mycological Dictionary

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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