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Tuber Mushroom Grower E-Learning

Virtual training for tuber mushroom growers is a subset of the horticultural profession and is associated with occupations such as mushroom seed producers (Span), supervising engineers, herbalists and growers.

Summary of this course:
Cultivation of Dunblane is not normally possible in non-native areas. Cultivation of edible underground mushrooms (tuber) in native areas is associated with a 50% cost reduction.

How to plant Black Mountain Dunblane: A flat land with full sun is great for growing Dunblane. If this place is chosen correctly, more crops will be harvested. It is necessary to completely cut down all plants and trees. The place of cultivation of mountain mushrooms should be bare and uncultivated for at least one year. It is better not to have annoying trees around the land. The roots of plants and other trees can interfere with the growth of black dandelions. By adding lime to the soil, the acidity of the soil can be kept in balance. After digging the soil to a depth of 10 cm, the soil is covered with a layer of organic compost. Black dandelion needs soil with low fertility and this layer is suitable for growing dandelion fungus.

The movement and transfer of spores during the dormant season of the plant. Early spring is a good time to plant. Mushroom cultivation can be started by digging a pit. The size of each hole should be twice the width of the mushroom. Proper spacing between the pits can provide a better growth environment for the Black Mountain Dunblane. Irrigation and soil moisture plays an important role in fungal growth. Irrigation should be gradual, regular and drip irrigation. Drying of the soil seriously damages the growth of fungi. Cultivation of edible underground mushrooms (tuber) requires patience and care.

Topics of tuber mushroom cultivator virtual training course:

  • Ability to economically estimate the plan
  • Ability to use greenhouse inoculation laboratory equipment
  • Ability to prepare and produce spores and carp
  • Ability to prepare and propagate seedlings
  • Ability to micro-seedlings
  • Ability to prepare the nursery
  • Ability to maintain and grow microrized seedlings
  • Ability to harvest and market

Prerequisites for tuber mushroom breeding training course:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.

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