Shiitake mushroom

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Description:

The fungus Shiitake (Lentinus edodes) It is particularly sought after for its excellent aroma. Commonly considered "elixir of long life" for its innumerable pharmacological effects, such as the prevention or treatment of cerebral hemorrhages and the regulation of the capillary circulation. Contains various polysaccharides with antitumor action; in particular, the Lentinan stands out, which is also an enhancer of immune phenomena. Furthermore its anti-cholesterol property is currently being studied.

Characteristics of the Shiitake mushroom:

the minimum temperature resistance poor
Resistance to thermal rises good
Color purplish-brown
Markings medium-small
Productivity half
Precocity in 18-22 ° and relative humidity 70-90% of 60 days.
Optimum cultivation time late spring and early autumn (see table)
Resistance: high to Bacterial, to Trichoderma viride and Dactylium dendroides
Cultivation Environment: cultivation should be done in special greenhouses mushroom farms

Table periods best growth:

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