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Compost for mushroom growing and yielding of mycelium strains in Southern Ukraine

Compost for mushroom growing and yielding of mycelium strains in Southern Ukraine

Puti Povysheniya Urozhainosti Ovoshchnykh Kul' tur: 131-138

The compost was prepared from horse manure, sawdust, wood shavings and straw to which 250 kg cow dung and 30 kg brewery dregs per ton were added. Mycelium cvs A-311, 12 and IV-I planted in this compost yielded 6.4, 6.3 and 6.1 kg/m2, respectively.

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