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Variability in straw quality and mushroom production importance of fungicide schedules on chemical composition and potential degradability of wheat straw



Variability in straw quality and mushroom production importance of fungicide schedules on chemical composition and potential degradability of wheat straw



Bioresource Technology 41(2): 161-166



The quality of substrates used for mushroom growth may affect yields. Consequences of cultural practices in the field, especially fungicide schedules, on the variability in wheat straw quality were examined. Amounts of fungicide residues were low, but the possible effects of fungicide schedules on straw quality resulted in differences in chemical composition and degradability of straw. For the same cultivar, total hot ethanol-soluble compounds, total cellulose but not rate of cellulose hydrolysis by a pure enzyme were generally higher in straw cultivated with fungicides than without fungicide. However, effects of fungicide schedules on straw quality were less important than effects of other cultural practices such as nitrogen nutrition and use of growth regulators.

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DOI: 10.1016/0960-8524(92)90187-3



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