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Cultivation of the oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) on cellulosic residues from rice straw.

Phenology of mycoflora and some physical and organic composition of agricultural waste used in the cultivation of the mushroom Volvariella volvacea.

Edible and medicinal mushrooms as functional foods in Ghana

Growth and yield performance of different exotic strains of eight Pleurotus species cultivated on Triplochiton scleroxylon in Ghana.

Studies on the optimum nutrient and environmental growth conditions on the medicinal mushroom (Lentinula edodes)

Utilization of dried pineapple rind Ananas comosus var. md2 in the cultivation of the oyster mushroom -Pleurotus ostreatus (Jacq.ex.fr) kummer.

Growth and yield performance of exotic species and strains of Pleurotus cultivated under Ghanaian conditions part 2- P9(RL), P8(Rh), PPO, POT, EM-l

Development of high yielding strains of Pleurotus species through hybridization

November 23, 2014
Published in Mushroom

Fresh Mushroom

Fresh Mushroom

OBJECTIVES: 

To document indigenous knowledge of edible and medicinal mushrooms in four regions of Ghana

To characterize by phenotypic methods mushrooms collected from four forests in these regions

To determine the biochemical composition of these mushrooms in order to ascertain their biochemical components

To ascertainthe quantity of antioxidants in the mushrooms

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