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Best Practices for Mushroom Post-Crop Sanitation: Steam-Off/Post-Crop Pasteurization Best Practices for Mushroom Post-Crop Sanitation: Steam-Off/Post-Crop Pasteurization - Articles
Steam-off is done to minimize the chances of contaminating subsequent mushroom crops when substrate, which may be infested with pests and/or pathogens, is removed from a house. More
Figure 1. Mushroom infected with Verticillium dry bubble showing the mass of tissue symptoms.
Burbuja Seca Causada por Verticillium - Articles Articles

Burbuja Seca Causada por Verticillium

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Este documento ha sido diseñado para servir como una revisión de la Burbuja Seca causada por Verticillium, la enfermedad de origen fúngico más común de la seta Agaricus bisporus. More
Basic Procedures for Agaricus Mushroom Growing
Basic Procedures for Agaricus Mushroom Growing - Articles Articles
In spite of some articles that say mushrooms can be grown in any dark hole or building, successful commercial mushroom growing requires special houses equipped with ventilation systems. More
Seeding Substrate and Management of Growing Agaricus Bisporus
Seeding Substrate and Management of Growing Agaricus Bisporus - Articles Articles
This article provides basic information on seeding substrate and management of the vegetative stage of growing the commercial mushroom, Agaricus bisporus. More
What Disinfectants Should I Use in the Mushroom House?
What Disinfectants Should I Use in the Mushroom House? - Articles Articles
In choosing disinfectants for use, mushroom growers must consider several factors. More
What do Labels Tell Us?
What do Labels Tell Us? - Articles Articles

What do Labels Tell Us?

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Reading a label is the one way to obtain information on how to use a given product in mushroom production. More
What is a Disinfectant or Sanitizer?
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What is a Disinfectant or Sanitizer?

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Since mushroom growers often refer to disinfectants and sanitizers interchangeably, which is understandable, let’s clarify some terms. More
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
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Bacterial Blotch Disease - Articles Articles

Bacterial Blotch Disease

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Bacterial blotch may be endemic on mushroom farms, damaging mushroom quality and posing a potential yield loss. More
Green Mold of Mushrooms
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Green Mold of Mushrooms

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

Green mold is characterized by dense white mycelial growth followed by extensive green sporulation of the fungus. More
Impact of the Mushroom Industry on the Environment
Impact of the Mushroom Industry on the Environment - Articles Articles
Growers must use the mushroom's ability to consume organic materials discarded by man, to help control pollution in modern society. More
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La Mancha Bacteriana - Articles Articles

La Mancha Bacteriana

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D., Maria Gorgo-Gourovitch

La mancha bacteriana puede ser endémica de las casas de cultivo del champiñón, dañando la calidad de los champiñones y causando pérdidas de rendimiento. More
Hembra M. halterata
Los moscos Phóridos - Articles Articles

Los moscos Phóridos

David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D., Maria Gorgo-Gourovitch

Una plaga de importancia secundaria en Norteamérica es el mosco phórido, Megaselia halterata. More
Figura 1. Drenajes deben ser sellados.
Producción de Champiñones: Técnicas de Exclusión para el Control de Plagas - Articles Articles

Producción de Champiñones: Técnicas de Exclusión para el Control de Plagas

Maria Gorgo-Gourovitch, David Meigs Beyer, Ph.D.

La exclusión previene la entrada de los organismos de la plaga en cuartos nuevos y su escape desde los más viejos. Esto último no debería ser subestimado. More
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