Community-based mushroom production and processing, part 3: Proper care and management and some processing ideas
During the Caraga leg of AgriTalk 2020, Anecita M. Troza, a Science Research Assistant of the Department of Agriculture’s Regional Field Office 13 in Caraga (DA-RFO 13), discussed community-based mushroom production and processing and how it can provide farmers with a source of income.
Community-based mushroom production and processing, part 2: Growing mushroom through the tissue culture method
Mushrooms have become a favorite ingredient in many healthy meals and snacks. Because of this numerous farmers have decided to try out mushroom production.
Community-based mushroom production and processing, part 1: A background on mushrooms and its health benefits
All across the Philippines, there has been a gradual rise in the production of mushroom-based snacks as a healthy alternative to junk food, or snacks that are high in sugar or empty calorie content.
Although it can be a profitable business, many Filipinos do not venture into mushroom farming due to lack of awareness.
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