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Conversion of agro-wastes into edible mushroom Pleurotus flabellatus (Berk. Et. Br.) Sacc.



Twenty two locally available agro-wastes (Sugarcane trash and bagasse, corn cob, maize stalk, paddy straw, barley straw, pea straw, lentil straw, gram straw, congo pea straw, soybean straw, sorghum straw, brassica stem and hull, banana pseudostem, groundnut shell, tobacco stem, brinjal stem, okra stem, tomato stem, pumpkin stem and chilly stem) were evaluated against commercially utilized wheat straw for yield performance of Pleurotus flabellatus (Berk. Et. Br.) Sacc. which produced fruit bodies from every substrate though the magnitude varied among themselves. The maximum yield was obtained on paddy straw with 160 per cent biological efficiency followed by soybean straw (155 per cent) and pea straw (152 percent). 

Cited this as:  Ruchira Singh, Siddhant, C.S. Singh and R.S. Kanaujia (2009). Conversion of agro-wastes into edible mushroom Pleurotus flabellatus (Berk.Et. Br.) Sacc. 5th International Conference on Plant Pathology in the Globalized Era, organized by The Indian Phytopathological Society, Nov. 10-13, 2009, New Delhi, India. p-347

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