Recycle Effect of Post-harvest Medium of King Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus eryngii) Cheong, Jong-Chun; Lee, Chan-Jung; Moon, Ji-Won;
This study was conducted to test whether post-harvest medium of king oyster mushroom can be recycled for its bottle cultivation. Physical properties of the post-harvest medium and the resulting yield of fruit bodies revealed no significant difference compared with control. Recycling post-harvest medium can be replaced to 15% of the basal medium, thus decreasing the cost of raw materials up to 15%.
King oyster mushroom;Pleurotus eryngii;Post-harvest medium;
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