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Occurrence and variation of microflora in mushroom compost



Occurrence and variation of microflora in mushroom compost



Acta Horticulturae ( 549): 47-51



One of the easiest methods of converting organic wastes is through composting and one of the most significant way of transforming compost into a useful end product is found in the mushroom industry. This study was based on more than one hundred samples collected from different piles and stacks of mushroom compost in phase I as well as peak heating and conditioning phase II. The total number of actinomycetes, bacteria and fungi were counted.

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