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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 substances and by-products derived from mushrooms, for use in cosmetics, pharmaceutical, chemical, textile, paper, etc. industry.

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Substrate production and composting

We improve the composting processes in order to obtain a compost of good quality and constant productivity. We advise on the development of compost and more selective substrates for the cultivation of Agaricus (button mushrooms) and Pleurotus sp. through research and development of new formulations...

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Test tubes & Containers

PE (Polyethylene) tubes and containers with lid, for tissue culture. The lid can have a microfilter adapted to send live samples or may lack a filter. Soon they will also be available in PP.They can be used for mycelium or tissue culture, they are hermetically sealed and reusable.You can choose the...

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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

Sclerotium, sclerotia

A resting stage of mycelium typified by a mass of hardened mycelium resembling a tuber and from which muchrooms, mycelia, or conidia can arise. Sclerotia are produced by both Ascomycetes and Basidimycetes.

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