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Analysis of Primordia and Fruiting Forming Days on using Different Sterilization Techniques of Straw and its Effect on Yield of Blue Oyster Mushroom

DOI: 10.18805/BKAP373    | Article Id: BKAP373 | Page : 80-83
Citation :- Analysis of Primordia and Fruiting Forming Days on using Different Sterilization Techniques of Straw and its Effect on Yield of Blue Oyster Mushroom.Bhartiya Krishi Anusandhan Patrika.2022.(37):80-83
K.C. Shreejana, Kabita Kurunju, Ronika Thapa, Shirish Ghimire, Pradeep Shrestha sreezaa20@gmail.com
Address : Department of Microbiology, Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Gokuleshwor College, Baitadi, Nepal.
Submitted Date : 16-09-2021
Accepted Date : 21-02-2022

Abstract

Background: Mushroom is a typical fungi having spore bearing fruiting bodies without chlorophyll in them. Due to its high nutritive and medicinal value, it is being popular among the public.
Methods: The research was conducted in laboratory condition of Mahendra Gram Secondary School, Bhaktapur; under control environmental condition to evaluate primordial formation and yield analysis of oyster mushroom Pleurotus florida using different sterilization techniques from March to July 2020.
Result: Earlier primordial formation was visualized in chemical method and higher yield was obtained from steaming method of sterilization. However, boiling method showed harsh result for all parameters as primordial formation, fruiting and yield. But still number of researches should be conducted for the exact evaluation of the yield performance.

Keywords

Fruiting Pleurotus florida Primordia Sterilization Yield

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