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Question No.43

5 мая 2017

I am a button mushroom grower in India and in my farm I am able to achieve 20kg per sq m yield in two flushes.I use wheat straw,chicken manure and gypsum for making compost.I use coco peat and river clay for casing.Currently I am observing deformed odd shaped pins on 6th day after flushing.Yield is dropped to 14%.Spawn run and case run growth is good.Also observing hard gill mushrooms.Not able to find reason for this and hence requesting guidance from experts.

Sandeep Vasagadekar


Comments

Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...

Smruti Ranjan panda jagatsinghpur Orissa:

Hey....Nice comparison.. if you be helpful enough to share the details about the compost making without...

Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...

Yadagiri, Coimbatore, tamilnadu, India:

Compost found green mould sr:12
What is couses green mould

Lima:

Me pasa lo mismo

Ashish:

Hi Sir ! Sir after 8 day of spawning I found mites and larva at farm can you Pls suggest what can I do...

Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...

Arti india:

Please let me know the option of nitrogen producing compost with out chicken,my mail id artidarda@gmail...

Shaurya:

Thanks sir si nice of you

James:

What can I use as a substitute for peat moss as casing soil? I thick layer of mycelia known as stroma...

Compost production: estimation of the process according...

sean toronto ontario canada:

Can you help me understand the plenum in the aerated tunnel? I need to know what calculations i need...

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Muhammad Abbas, Peshawar, Pakistan:

Assalam-o-Alaikum!
Hi!
I would like to serve my services for Kazakhstan mushroom companies or Russian...

Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...

shahbaz h.:

It looks good ,but how about production i.e mushroom kg/m2

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