Growth of oyster mushroom using sawdust and agriculture waste as substrates

Authors

  • ALYSSA ADAMS University of Guyana
  • DIANA SEECHARRAN University of Guyana
  • ABDULLAH ANSARI University of Guyana

Abstract

Mushroom culture is an important micro-industrial source of protein in developing countries such as Guyana.  This study investigated the growth and mineral composition of Pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom) using rice straw, grass clippings [Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon)] and sawdust as substrate materials. Growth was only successful in the treatment that contained rice straw as substrate, whereas no growth was obtained from substrates that contain grass clippings and sawdust. N, P, K, Ca, Fe, Cu, Mn and Mg were present in the oyster mushroom samples and the spent mushroom substrates.

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Author Biographies

ALYSSA ADAMS, University of Guyana

Biology

DIANA SEECHARRAN, University of Guyana

Biology 

Senior Lecturer 

ABDULLAH ANSARI, University of Guyana

Biology 

Professor 

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2022-07-31

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ADAMS, A., SEECHARRAN, D., & ANSARI, A. (2022). Growth of oyster mushroom using sawdust and agriculture waste as substrates. Mushroom Research, 31(1), 73–80. Retrieved from https://epubs.icar.org.in/index.php/MR/article/view/122341

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