Wednesday, 31 August 2016


Although we enjoy mushrooms today as an every-day vegetable, this wasn’t always the case. Mushrooms are a natural product with many nutritional advantages. They are
cholesterol free and contain virtually no fat or sodium, all of which dietitians say need
to be reduced in diets.

Mushroom growing is one of the fastest growing and most technologically sophisticated horticultural industries in the world.

The sophistication of today’s mushroom farms is in marked contrast to the first commercial attempts to grow this crop. At that time, mushrooms were grown in the open
field in raised beds covered in straw and hessian bags, although some were also grown in cellars or other farm sheds.
Today, mushrooms can be grown at our backyards with little spaces and with much returns.

Want to be a mushroom farmer? Learn how? Get Funding? Get post-harvest support?

Then attend from Farms to Brands:- Mushroom Seminar/Training.

Register Today.

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