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The next course is 5 to 10 December 2016, OFFICE, HORST, NETHERLANDS
Symposium on tropical mushrooms México
December 1 and 2, 2016
Mushrooms become more and more important because of their metabolic characteristics and chemical composition. Mushrooms have already an important impact in daily life through food, medicine, biotechnology and other areas of human activity. Among the cultivated mushrooms, a dozen of them have attained the industrial stage, and thus have an economic and social importance.
Tropical mushrooms, instead of their abundance, in general have been poorly studied; yet they have a great potential based on diversity and their particular characteristics. This explains why nowadays there is a trend toward diversification of known species and extension of the cutting edge of science and technology of tropical mushrooms.
In order to review the state of the art and discuss on the importance and potential of tropical mushrooms, El Colegio de la Frontera Sur and the Institute of Ecology of Mexico organize this international symposium to update knowledge and present new concepts on tropical mushroom science and technology. In this symposium, well-known researchers and specialists will meet to share their expertise about fundamental and applied information on tropical mushrooms.
Update and present new knowledge about tropical mushroom science and technology, particularly about but not restricted to biology, genetics, molecular biology, cultivation methods, biotechnological applications, biological control, etc.
An interesting group of keynote lectures given by well-known specialists and scientists is programmed. Among the confirmed scientists will be:
Dr. Daniel Royse (USA) Importance and potential of tropical mushrooms
Dr. Tan Qi (China, President of WSMBMP) Research work on Volvariella volvacea
Diego C. Zied (Brazil) Importance and medicinal aspects of Agaricus subrufescens
Dr. Philippe Callac (France) Tropical species of the genus Agaricus
María del Carmen Bran (Guatemala) Basidiome production of Guatemalan strains of Lepista nuda.
Dr. Gerardo Mata (Mexico) Species of Pleurotus for cultivaton in tropical regions.
José E Sánchez (Mexico) The cultivation of Auricularia fuscosuccinea
Authors are encouraged to present oral and poster papers. The deadline for abstracts submission is September 30, 2016. Download instructions to authors
For more information: www.ecosur.mx
Symposium on tropical mushrooms
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Methods on reducing disease and pests of mushroom
1. Keep clean of mushroom house : mushroom house should be thoroughly cleaned up before using, people should spray with the solution of 800 times of DDVP. When cultivating mushroom outdoors, people should pull out surrounding weeds of cultivation field and use 250 times of Trichlorfon solution to spray on soil and field.
2. Prevent adult pests: when conducting indoor cultivation, people should use thin gauze element to nail on windows, doors and air holes to prevent adult pests. People can also trap and kill them by putting DCVP solution in the light.
3. Trap and kill adult pests: mushroom flies and mosquitoes possess phototaxis, people can set black light lamp or daylight lamp and put DDVP solution in the light.
4. Pharmic fumigating: for indoor cultivation of mushroom, in airtight condition, people can use 2 or 3 pieces of Aluminium phosphide in each cubic metre to fumigate and kill indoor pests.
5. Dispose compost: people can use 15ml of Dicofol for each 50kg and add 10kg of water, evenly spray on material, then heap up for 3 days, this method can kill all pests. People can also mix 40%, 500 times of Octyl mercaptan or 2.5%, 1000 times of Dicis, which have good effects on pest-killing.
6. Spray drug to kill pests: when finding pests before fruiting, people can spray 500 times of Dipterex, 1000 times of Dicis or 800 times of DDVP to kill pests.
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News from the Mushroom Market Magazine (China), more....
1. Jiahe Agriculture strongly promotes mushroom production and processing project
2.Hongshengyuan Mushroom Company develops the industrialized production of Agrocybe Cylindracea by int
3. Three measures on the fruiting management of Monkey head mushroom
4. Summarized several experiences on water-spraying of mushroom
5.Sinkiang: Industrialized King oyster mushrooms are enjoying the considerable markets
6. The county has successfully conducted model cultivation of Auricularia fuscosuccinea
7. How we control diseases and pests on Black fungus cultivation?
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EU agricultural market continues to incur losses due to food embargoes RF
Economy and Business January 27
According to European Commissioner for Agriculture, to overcome the effects of the embargo should apply dual approach
BRUSSELS, January 26. / Correspondent. Asya Harutyunyan TASS /. EU agricultural market continues to incur losses in connection with the food embargo Russia. This was stated by the European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan on the basis of the EU Council at the level of Ministers of Agriculture and Fisheries of the community.
"Three agricultural sector of the market continue to suffer as a result of the food embargo RF: fruits and vegetables, dairy products and pork. There are support measures, but they do not always solve the problem," - he said.
According to European Commissioner, to overcome the effects of the embargo should be applied two-pronged approach. "It is both packages and emergency access to new global markets," - said Hogan.
Russia imposed a 7 August 2014 package response to the sanctions the US, Australia, Canada, the European Union and Norway, introduced them in times of crisis in Ukraine. Countermeasures are prohibited for one year on imports to Russia from these countries, fruits, vegetables, dairy and meat products. Under the restriction does not hit some types of finished products made of meat (except sausage) and fish.
The Government of the Russian Federation on August 20 excluded from the list of products concentrates of vegetable and animal protein, sports nutrition, lactose-free milk, dietary supplements and vitamins and minerals. Also lifted the ban on the supply of seed potatoes smolts (fry for aquaculture), onion sets, hybrid corn and sugar peas for sowing.
EC, starting from August 17, contributed 33 million euros to support the market for peaches and nectarines, 125 million euros to help the producers of perishable fruits and vegetables, targeted support to agricultural producers to store oil, powdered milk and cheeses, as well as EUR 30 million for programs to promote the European agricultural products.
In this Sept. 10 has been suspended payments on vegetables and fruits, and on September 24 - Compensation for producers of dairy products and cheeses. One reason - the funds were almost completely used up, despite the fact that only a small number of manufacturers (estimated agricultural associations EU - less than 5%), affected by the Russian embargo, have been able to get them.
However, in December, the European Commission announced that up to June 2015 will provide emergency aid to fruit and vegetable producers who suffered from Russian countermeasures. Support will focus in particular on the withdrawal from the market of fruits and vegetables in certain EU countries, so they do not put pressure on prices throughout the community, said the EC.
It is estimated that the Russian embargo has affected 4.2% of total exports 28 EU countries for a total amount of 5 billion euros.
Mushroom magazines and books:
NEW: book ‘Mushroom Signals, a practical guide to optimal mushroom growing’
Mark den Ouden
author: Peter Oei
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Biology and Cultivation of Edible Mushrooms, TN Kaul and BL Dhar
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Picture impression "MushroomDays 2016"
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Mushroom Days 2016 was a great success !!
The stands (81) enjoyed a continuous stream of international (22.851)visitors.
As well on the ISMS Congress and the Mushroom Days 2016 Mark of the ancients has been be able to present new book entitled "Signals, a practical guide to optimal mushroom growing"
Ambassador of the Mushroom Industry Award for:
Henk van den Top
"Van den Top Machine"
His company goes back to 1972. Since 1978, Henk van den Top started as a mechanical engineer for the cultivation of mushrooms.
In the intervening period he has among other smart developed conveyors, harvesters for canning market (which harvests 15 tons per hour) and a new picking bridge conceived and developed advanced methods to automate fresh market.
His innovative thinking is striking.
Just like his mentality of always going and his own continue to head. "There is interest in the company from the whole world.
Also Roel Dreve of Mushroom Business was awarded the Award.
Received from the hands of Chairman Piet Lempens, (right)
Mr. Hein Deprez (in the middle)
now Executive Chairman Greenyard Foods, once an independent mushroom grower.
During this evening Mr. Deprez will share his experience and knowledge with us under the title: ‘What I have learned as a mushroom grower, formed the basis for Greenyard Foods’.
Mr Deprez gave a lecture on:
‘The short shelf life of fresh mushrooms.’
‘The balance between supply and demand’
‘Good substrates leads to tops crops in quality and quantity’
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Slide presentation 68. BDC annual meeting in Würzburg. Der Bund Deutscher und mushroom
Kulturpilzanbauer (BDC) e.V.
Receiving of participants "68. BDC annualmeeting in Würzburg. Der Bund Deutscher Champignon- und Kulturpilzanbauer (BDC) e.V"
Welcome speech by chairman Michael Schattenberg
Dr. Peter Oswald "fertilization Commission Regulation"
As thanks for his presentation Dr. receives Peter Oswald from the hands of President Micheal Schattenberg and Jochen Winkhoff (Geschäftsführer) (L)
Public Relations for paddestoelen presentation Michel Legrand, GMBH, Bonn
144 participants in one photo!
144 participants from various countries (mostly from Netherlands)
Champost processing to vegetable substrate - possibilities and limits, presentation Piet Mertens van Pull B.V Rhenen NL
Peter Mertens receives from the hands of Michael Schattenberg a basket of assorted mushrooms
Flat in the future - culture and picking new thinking - perspectives of one and two-track culture presentation Frank Cornellssen from Limbraco, Hort NL
Efficiency enhancement through modern packaging lines, presentation Albert Vermeulen, ARCO, Horst NL
Irrigation of the mushrooms in the shelf system with dripping hoses, presentatioDubi Raz from Netafim.
Betriebsvorstellung van Pilzland Essleben presentation Dr. Torben Kruse, Pilzkulturen Wesjohann GbR, Visbek- Rechterfeld (Germany)
Slide presentation 68. BDC annual meeting in Würzburg. Der Bund Deutscher und mushroom Kulturpilzanbauer (BDC) e.V.
In this communication I will show mushroom growers how to maintain pure culture of Mushroom Culture in the laboratory.
The steps are:
1) Pure culture of mushroom is maintained on malt agar medium in test tubes/petri plates.
2) Sub culture into larger test tubes of 3-4 cm dia on malt agar medium.
3) After a few days growth (say 5-7 days) on the malt agar medium, pour boiled/sterilized wheat grain into the tube and cotton plug.
4) store these tubes inside a refrigerator at 2-4 C for 5-6 months.
5) During this 5-6 months of storage period the grains are impregnated with mushroom fungus to the top.
6) After 6 months sub-culture on freshly prepared MA slants for spawn preparation.
7) No degeneration of the mushroom fungus was recorded by following this type of mushroom culture maintenance / storage.
8) This method is being successfully practiced by spawn makers in India under my advice for more than 20 years now without any problem.
9) No sophisticated machines / equipment is required for this type of culture maintenance.
For visitors to our site will Dr. Behari Lal Dhar, from India vision / tips etc give. Also ask Dr. Behari Lal Dhar please email us. (click here)
Short introduction about:
Dr. Behari Lal Dhar - Date of Birth: 23-02-1947 - Nationality: Indian
Ph.D in Mycology and Plant Pathology (Thesis on Mushroom) from Post Graduate School, IARI, (Pusa), New Delhi in 1988.
M.Sc. in Mycology and Plant Pathology (Thesis on Mushroom) from College of Agri, Solan, HP University in 1976.
B.Sc.(Agri.) in Entomology Major from College of Agriculture, Sopore, J&K University in 1964.
More then 40 years in Agri. Res. and Development and more than 30 years in mushroom R&D alone.
Dr. Behari Lal Dhar
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