Selection of raw materials

Wheat straw

In nature, mushrooms are fed by decomposing organic matter (leaves, wood, etc.)

That way, they return to the ecosystem’s circle inorganic materials and humus, which are absolutely necessary for plant nutrition.

Wheat straw is an organic matter, similar to the one mushrooms find in nature. Furthermore, it exists in sufficient quantities and has a relatively stable constitution and structure.

In our effort to create the base for a successful substrate, we collect wheat straw from various fields every summer, applying rigorous criteria thereto, such as sample tests on the spot and physical-chemical analysis in accredited laboratories.


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