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Bini
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March 15, 2011 - 3:27 pm
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Hi

iam interested to know how to cultivate mushrooms , steps  and varieties whi9ch cam be grown easily.

Bini

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March 25, 2011 - 11:05 am
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I am not sure which place you are from. If you are from Tamilnadu can you check with TNAU where they are conduting a day long training program. If you are in Banglore you can check with Biocenter Hulimavu or Labagh or UAS.

Ideally I would recommend you to get in touch with your state horticulture department as they would be running a training session for sure in mushroom Cultivation.

Without training it is bit difficult to self learn and do mushroom cultivation. ( It involves lot of work in terms of finding the bag, spawns etc., along with steps to maintain the temperature evenly through out , maintinence of beds etc ).

Also have a look at the below link

http://www.dailymushrooms.in/

Believe this helps.

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-Muru-

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June 9, 2011 - 11:16 pm
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Thanks Muru. Nice to see another Chennaiite at GG. Does TNAU have a campus in Chennai? Are there part-time courses or evening college somewhere in the City? Isnt it only in Coimbatore? 

 

Btw, arent there varieties of mushroom which are poisonous? Or tinned-mushrooms or outdated mushrooms can cause severe health hazard? Or maybe its just a myth? Sorry for the misinformation if so.

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