Know about the 5 famous advanced varieties of mushrooms

Published on: 28-Nov-2023

These top five improved varieties of mushrooms are button mushroom, oyster mushroom, milky mushroom, padistra mushroom and shimeji mushroom species are capable of giving more production at less cost. Farmers can earn good profits in less time by cultivating mustard. If seen from a point of view, people are liking mushrooms a lot.Its price in the market is quite high. Now in such a situation, if the farmers cultivate the advanced species of mushrooms in their farm, then they can earn a huge income. 



In this episode, today we are going to tell the farmers of India about the top five advanced varieties of mushrooms, which have the ability to give more yield in less cost. The advanced varieties of mushrooms we are talking about are button mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, milky mushrooms, padiestra mushrooms and shimeji mushrooms. Actually, farmers do not need soil to produce these improved varieties of mushrooms. In fact, you can easily grow them in other places such as compost manure, paddy and wheat straw, and even in plastic bags.



The top five advanced varieties of mushrooms are as follows 


Button Mushroom - This species of mushroom is mainly eaten raw or cooked. It is used in soups, stews and salads. Because of this, they are the most sold mushrooms in the market. The optimum temperature is 22-26 ° C.



Oyster mushrooms - This mushroom is produced at a temperature of 20 to 30 degrees Celsius. If seen, it ripens in 3 months. Oyster mushrooms are sweet to eat. Its shape is like a pendulum.



Milky mushrooms For your information, let us tell you that this mushroom is quite large in size. It is very good for health too. 



Paddy Straw Mushroom - The temperature should be around 28-35 ° C. Its best feature is that it is prepared very quickly and becomes available for sale in the market. 



Shimeji mushrooms -  Shimeji variety of mushrooms are grown on dead trees of the seashore. This variety of mushroom is very much liked by the people. Because after ripening this mushroom tastes like crunchy.