Hi kindly share your formula using 1000kgs wheat straw and no chicken manure. Email shroomcoenterprise...Compost production: estimation of the process according...
Seyed Hoseini Iran:
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Its best to water when pins are thumb size, increase air speed after watering so the surface of the mushrooms...Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...
Ritesh Sharma, Dholpur, Rajasthan India:
My email id ritesh@. We are coming up with 52 Mushroom...Compost production: estimation of the process according...
Usually paddy straw have a low structure.its have a fast degradable trait.so you have focus on your compost...Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...
JKSingh , Lucknow, India:
We have developed formulations of making compost without chicken manure. It yields similar or even better...Without chicken manure compost? Yes, it's possible...
JKSingh, Lucknow, India:
We have developed formulations of making compost without chicken manure. It yields similar or even better...Mushrooms in Kazahstan
Dr Muhammad Ibrahim:
Mushroom production in controlled Climate. I want to establish controlled climate in Pakistan. How this...watering first flush mushrooms
Alexander Tsarev, 3 февраля 2014:
Before talking about the duration of the first phase, let's try to define the objectives of this phase of composting.
The first step is to get rid of readily available carbohydrates. This occurs at temperatures of +40...+55°C. In favorable conditions, compost stay at these temperatures for 30-40 hours is more than enough.
Second step is decomposition of chicken manure. This occurs at temperatures of +55...+70°C. In favorable conditions 40-50 hours would be sufficient for this task.
The third step is compound degradation products of poultry manure with lignin. This process begins at a temperature above 70°C. Optimum temperature of 75-85°C. The processing time from 100 to 140 hours.
We will also have time for turning compost. As a result, the optimum time of the first phase will be 9-12 days. 9 days - in the summer, 12 - in the winter.
Increasing the time of composting, especially at low and medium temperatures, will inevitably lead to a reduction in the volume of finished compost and a decrease in the yield of mushrooms. In addition, the compost with high ash content has a very weak activity, which affects the quality of mushrooms.
N!B! All above mentioned timeframes are relevant only for fully-controlled, aerobic composting process. I no longer use obsolete technology with elements of anaerobic, unregulated process.