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Nematode (Rhabditis sp.)
Nematodes in Commercial Mushroom Production - Articles Articles
Parasitic and saprophytic species of nematodes associated with commercial mushroom growing are routine inhabitants of most agricultural soils. More
Scarid Fly
Sciarid Fly in Commercial Mushroom Production - Articles Articles
Sciarid flies, Lycoriella mali, have been the most devastating insect in the Pennsylvania mushroom industry, at least since September of 1979. More
Spent Mushroom Substrate
Spent Mushroom Substrate - Articles Articles

Spent Mushroom Substrate

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Spent mushroom substrate is the soil-like material remaining after a crop of mushrooms. Spent substrate is high in organic matter making it desirable for use as a soil amendment or soil conditioner. More
Phorid Fly
Phorid Fly in Commercial Mushroom Production - Articles Articles
Phorid flies, Megasellia halterata, in general may be more numerous than sciarids, but phorid flies cause less mushroom damage than sciarid flies. More