Coral Mushroom

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Description:

The Coraline Mushroom (Hericium ramosum) is white in white color, living on deciduous trees in autumn, preferring beech. Its characteristic hat is made up of a single trunk from which branches are branched and branched, ending with tender 1-1,5 cm whites, which are also white. The Coraline delightes the view with its whiteness white, the smell with its unmistakable and intense scent and the taste for its exquisite flavor.

STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS of the fungus:

the minimum temperature resistance good
Resistance to thermal rises poor
Color white candy
Markings medium-large
Productivity high
Precocity in 18-22 ° and relative humidity 70-90% of about 15-20 days.
Optimum cultivation time autumn-spring (see table)
Resistance: very resistant to fungus diseases and in particular to Trichoderma viride, to Dactylium dendoides and to bacteria
Cultivation Environment: cultivation should be done in special greenhouses mushroom farms
 

Best periods of growth:

from to 000 300 m above sea level
January February Tues. April May June July Aug Set October November December
from to 300 700 m above sea level
January February Tues. April May June July Aug Set October November December
from to 700 1000 m above sea level
January February Tues. April May June July Aug Set October November December
Bold recommended months