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Evaluate spent mushroom substrate for raising bed soil of rice
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  • Journal title : Journal of Mushroom
  • Volume 13, Issue 3,  2015, pp.250-255
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Mushroom Science
  • DOI : 10.14480/JM.2015.13.3.250
 Title & Authors
Evaluate spent mushroom substrate for raising bed soil of rice
Oh, Tae-Seok; Park, Youn Jin; Kim, Tae-Kwon; Kim, Chang-Ho; Cho, Yong-Koo; Kim, Seong-Min; Shin, Dong-Il; Koo, Han-Mo; Jang, Myoung-Jun;
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 Abstract
In this study spent mushroom substrate has ingredient raising rice bed soil. spent mushroom substrates are organic content is 60.72% were nitrogen - phosphoric acid - potassium is 1.39 - 0.89 - 0.81% of the chemical characteristics determine. Post-harvested mushroom substrates of the stabilization process, the temperature of the 20 days time progress in the pH of the rise and fall of temperature down were germination index also 77, as identified, Spent mushroom substrate bed soil for raising rice Ingredient to take advantage of the 20 days or more stabilization process needed to be investigated. Rice seed germination characteristic is in the common bed soil for raising rice ingredients manufactured control group and the comparison in spent mushroom substrate is 10% or less of a mixed experimental population of the germination rate is 82% was more than average days to germination and germination energy, even a statistical significant difference is or control group than good level was ok. Growth initial also spent mushroom substrate is 10% or less of a mixed experimental population of shoot dry matter (top) and grave less than control group higher as confirmed spent mushroom substrates are bed soil for raising rice ingredients are likely to take advantage of the high, as was the judge.
 Keywords
Bed soil;Germination;Rice;Spent mushroom substrate;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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