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Mushroom Cultivation in Small Scale
Mushroom Cultivation in Small Scale
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Almirante Tamandaré, Curitiba, Paraná, BR
+55 41 99537397
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Bronwyn White Chris McLeod Gemma Schuch Luis Horacio Gaioto Victor Barahona
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Mushroom Cultivation in Small Scale

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Urban, Rural, Residential, Commercial, Intentional Communities, Community, School Projects, Philanthropic aid, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

Applies bioconversion technology using agricultural wastes for high quality food production, generating incomes, jobs and rich compost for horticulture.

Project Description

Mushrooms are food of high nutritional and gastronomic high economic interest for thecountry, where production is an incipient activity and today it offers a tiny portion of the potential for income generation by micro-enterprises. Explored in medium or largescale, so poor in relation to the growing market, the product is missing, poorly publicized and very expensive for the average consumer. The spread ofmicro-mushroom producers can meet the local demand for such products. The present project of social diffusion of technology aims to enable micro and small producers forthis new culture.



Mushroom Project at Almirante Tamandaré

Using different sources of plant biomass such as grass in general, stems and sawdust to produce high quality and delicious food

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