Agrocybe aegerita Culture for sale
Common name: Brown Swordbelt
Fruiting Temperature: 50–60 °F
Agrocybe aegerita Culture for sale | Buy Agrocybe aegerita Culture online. Also known as Pioppino, this mushroom grows prolifically on hardwoods. Recommended substrate: Sawdust/chips/bran or chopped straw. Mushrooms tend to form clusters, imparting a mild yet satisfying nutty flavor when cooked.
Fungi Perfecti is constantly working with these strains, screening and maintaining cell lines. Fungi Perfecti is releasing the following strains for use on a conditional basis.
Each order of in vitro mushroom cultures is custom-made: lead time for cultures is 6–8 weeks from date of order.
Please note: Unlike our ready-to-grow Mushroom Patches and Mushroom Plug Spawn, our cultures do not come with instructions. It is assumed that the purchaser is sufficiently familiar with mushroom culture technique to utilize these cultures. The books Growing Gourmet & Medicinal Mushrooms and The Mushroom Cultivator are essential tools in this endeavor.
Agrocybe aegerita Culture for sale.
It belongs to the white rot fungus and is a medium-sized agaric having a highly open and convex crown, nearly flat, with a diameter of 3–10 centimetres (1–4 inches). Underneath, it has several whitish radial plates attached to the foot, subsequently converting to a brownish-grey tint, and light elliptic spores of 8–11 by 5–7 micrometers.
The white fibre foot is normally curved, with a membranous ring on the upper half which rapidly changes to tobacco brown due to the dropping spores. When very young, its coloration may be reddish-brown and subsequently change to a light brown shade, more ochre towards the core, whiter around its border. It grows in tufts on logs and holes in poplars, and other large-leaved trees.
Edibility of Agrocybe aegerita Culture
The mushroom is farmed professionally and it is the characteristic component found in both Southern European and Chinese cuisine. In East Asia, it is used fresh and rehydrated in many recipes, including stir-fry, soup, stew, and hot pot. It features a soft top and a tougher stem. Picking specimens from the wild is not encouraged owing to the difficulties of identification. In Europe, it has been cultivated since the Roman era. Cultivation techniques are detailed by Pliny the Elder in his Naturalis Historia.
Uses of Agrocybe aegerita Culture for sale.
It is cultivated and sold in the United States, Chile, Japan, Korea, Italy, Australia and China. The cultivation in the Mediterranean region is very old, e.g. it is described in the book Naturalis Historia by Pliny the Elder. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is often used as a diuretic. It has been reported that mushrooms have significant antioxidant activity. The fungi C. aegerita, M. alliaceus and C. purpureum are suitable organisms for counteracting OMW plant toxicity.
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|edibility: choice but not recommended|