MOQ : 3 Box
|Weight (Kg)||10 Kg|
|Packaging||Plastic Bag, Polythene Bag|
|Brand Name||KB WHITE BUTTON MUSHROOM|
|Max. Current||12 Ampere|
|Max. Voltage||220 Volt|
|Protection Level||Polythene & Thermocol Packinging|
|Preservation Process||Refrigeration System ( 3-4 Degree C )|
|Total Fat||0.3 Gram|
|Delivery Time||24 Hours from Raipur ( Chhattisgarh )|
|Packaging Details||The fresh mushrooms after harvest are best packed in plastic pin nets / polythene bags with a small hole, sealed and cold stored at 4-50C for 6 hours before sending to market. This enhances the shelf life of fresh mushrooms. If the mushrooms are to be sent to a distant market, the packets can be packed in an insulated GI box, with small ice pack put in layers in between mushroom packets. But for longer storage it is best to can the fresh mushrooms. The fresh mushrooms are best packed in plastic punnets and covered with a polyform. It is recommended to have a cool chain for transport of fresh mushrooms to distant market as indicated above.
With availability of environment-controlled cropping rooms, hybrid strains of mushrooms can be grown with exhalent yields. There is tremendous scope for marketing a mushroom fresh. Hybrid strains of white button mushrooms can be grown successfully in above designed mushroom growing rooms with perfect environment control, with ensured production. Hybrid mushrooms are good in look, taste and vigour, and are preferred in markets in both in India and western countries over the non - hybrid strains growing earlier.
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Mushrooms are one of the richest in protein content amongst the vegetables (3.5 - 4 percent protein content on fresh weight basis), and are valued for the highest content of folic acid required for healthy blood development in human beings. Mushrooms have a high content of fibre and potassium which are useful for lowering blood cholesterol level and control of high blood pressure respectively. Mushrooms above all, are excellent addition to the menu of vegetarians and are now being cultivated at hills and in tropical areas of India under controlled environment successfully. Mushroom cultivation is especially high on the priority list for export which can earn valuable foreign exchange for the country. It is more profitable and economic to grow mushrooms in areas with abundant raw materials and cheap labour, as it is no more economical to grow mushrooms in highly industrialized countries because of high cost of raw materials and Labour.
The entire infrastructure will be built at one place, and the site selected is nearer to the main road necessary for operational convenience. The composting unit is to be built closer to the main road and the bulk chambers will be built on the distant end of the composting yard for reasons of hygiene. The growing rooms should be built on the spawning end of the bulk chamber and away from the composting yard. The spawn production laboratory will be built in the ground floors. In this report details of the following will be given with structural design: of mushrooms, irrespective of external environmental conditions prevailing.
i) Composting yard consisting of phase-I chambers, bulk chamber / pasteurization chambers, composting platform and casing pasteurization chambers,
ii) Four environments controlled cropping rooms for raising of crop.
iii) Canning unit
iv) Spawn Laboratory
v) Training centre for “Mushroom Production Technology”