Additional profits from the main project Bio-fertilizer
The Cultivation of Mushrooms involves the use of a substrate obtained by composting organic waste, which makes mushrooms the only crop that actually consumes field and other solid wastes. That is to say, in nature, mushrooms are a primary part of controlling solid waste, building organic soil and returning minerals to the soil.
To enable the recovery of the vast majority of spent mushroom compost from farms through the development of a novel waste conversion system to extract and transform valuable organic components.Since the mushroom growing process varies slightly between individual growers, mushroom compost recipes may differ here and there. For instance, additional materials like gypsum, peat moss, lime, soybean meal, and various other organic items may be added to the compost as well.
Doctor Mushrooms "PERFECT ORGANIC COMPOST"Our Mushroom compost is also available for purchase by the truckload or bags, depending on its use in the garden The beneficial uses of mushroom compost, however, far outweigh the downside of high salt levels. This type of compost is reasonably inexpensive. It enriches the soil and supplies nutrients for the healthy growth of plants. Mushroom compost also increases the water-holding capacity of the soil, which decreases your watering needs. Mushroom compost is suitable for most garden plants. It supports various types of plant growth, from fruits and vegetables to herbs and flowers. To get the greatest results when organic gardening with mushroom compost, thoroughly mix it in with the garden soil prior to planting or allow it to sit over winter and apply in spring.
Mushroom compost makes a great addition to the garden soil. Organic gardening with mushroom compost can be accomplished in several ways and many benefits to farms.