Production of Oyster Mushroom on Different Substrates Using Cylindrical Block System

From the above study we found that, sugarcane bagasse performed best followed by rice straw and mustard straw for the production of Oyster mushroom using cylindrical block system

RC Dey; KM Nasiruddin; MS Haque; MAZ Al Munsur

2014

Scholarcy highlights

  • Mushroom was belonging to the kingdom Fungi under the Basidomycota due to unique fungal characteristics
  • Al Amin in his experiment revealed that the highest number of primordia and fruiting bodies of Oyster mushroom was found in sterilized paddy straw
  • Preparation of substrate For the preparation of paddy, mustard straw and sugarcane bagasse chopped and dry these substrates was soaked in water for about 24 hours to get wet and achieved 65-70 % of moisture content The day, all these wet substrates were separated from water and excess water was removed properly
  • The number of primordia was found with significant variation in all substrates
  • Sugarcane bagasse gave maximum number of primordia and fruiting bodies, and fresh weight followed by rice straw and the lowest in mustard straw
  • From the above study we found that, sugarcane bagasse performed best followed by rice straw and mustard straw for the production of Oyster mushroom using cylindrical block system
  • Fruiting bodies of Oyster mushroom developed on paddy straw at first flush

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