Shiitake

Producing Shiitake Mushrooms

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A Guide for Small-Scale Outdoor Cultivation on Logs

Authors: 
Jeanine M. Davis
Authors: 
Jean Harrison
Publisher: 
North Carolina Cooperative Extension
Year: 
2,011

Adu Food Group

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We are one professional foodstuff group, producing fruit and vegetable products for years. It invest in different factories branches, establish own planting base, science lab, workshops, mainly specializing in canned and frozen products.
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No.26, Yanqing Road
Yantai City
China
Phone: + 86-535-6323680
Fax: +86-535-6323683
Year: 
1,982
Contact: 
Ms Anya
Email: 
Anya@adufood.cn
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Small-scale mushroom cultivation: Oyster, shiitake and wood ear mushrooms

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Do you want to grow mushrooms? There are plenty of reasons to do so. Mushrooms are a good cash crop; they are rather easy to grow and are brimming with protein, B vitamins and minerals. They even have medicinal properties. Time between spawning and harvesting can be as short as three weeks. Furthermore, after the cultivation, you can still use the substrate as a good soil conditioner.

Authors: 
Peter Oei
Authors: 
Bram van Nieuwenhuijzen
Publisher: 
Agromisa
Year: 
2,005

Growing Shiitake Mushrooms in an Agroforestry Practice

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Cultivating shiitake mushrooms represents an opportunity to utilize healthy low-grade and smalldiameter trees thinned from woodlots as well as healthy branch-wood cut from the tops of harvested saw-timber trees. When the mushrooms are collected and marketed, the result is a relatively short-term payback for long-term management of wooded areas.

Authors: 
Johann Bruhn
Publisher: 
University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry
Year: 
2,008

A Competitive Market Analysis of the United States Shiitake Mushroom Marketplace

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Authors: 
Michael A. Gold
Authors: 
Mihaela M. Cernusca
Authors: 
Larry D. Godsey
Publisher: 
Center for Agroforestry, University of Missouri
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