Virtual training of cover soil production carver, cover soil production worker is one of the professions of edible mushroom cultivation profession that prepares suitable raw materials and selects suitable soil, mixing according to precision in adjusting pH and soil moisture, ability in how to fill tunnels, Performing pasteurization and maintenance of cover soil, identifying suitable cover soil and its effects on the growth and yield of the mushroom crop is one of its tasks and is related to the jobs of the production manager of the hall, Chinese mushroom, the head of the cultivation hall.
Summary of this course:
The cover soil is spread on the compost (culture medium) with a diameter of 3-5 cm as a layer to stimulate the fruiting of the fungus. And accounts for about 30% of production costs.
The mushroom cultivation industry is superior to other agricultural products in terms of reducing water consumption and using agricultural waste in its production and nutritional benefits. Therefore, optimizing the mushroom production process is critical. One of the problems of the mushroom growing industry, which accounts for about 30% of the cost of raw materials, is the provision of suitable cover soil. Which is extracted from Pete’s non-renewable and valuable resources. Peat is considered as the best composition and the highest quality cover soil.
The shortage of peat resources in the world has caused this valuable material to be extracted from rich sources such as forests and swamps of European countries such as the Netherlands and at a very high price. With Pete’s reckless harvest, its resources are on the verge of extinction in the world. It takes a long time to regenerate peat (hundreds of years). And with the misuse and overuse of these valuable resources will end one day.
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Prerequisites for Carver training in soil cover production:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.