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  • SARBJIT SINGH United States, CA, Fremont

    Interests: Mushrooms

    James Woods Canada, Yukon, Carmacks

    Interests: Specialty/Vegetable, Agribusiness, Mushrooms, Martin

    Jennifer Stalford United States, SC, Clover

    Job Title: Owner
    Interests: Specialty/Vegetable, Organic, Timber Production, Marketing, Agribusiness, Mushrooms, Garlic, Beekeeping

  • SARBJIT SINGH United States, CA, Fremont

    Interests: Mushrooms

    James Woods Canada, Yukon, Carmacks

    Interests: Specialty/Vegetable, Agribusiness, Mushrooms, Martin

    Jennifer Stalford United States, SC, Clover

    Job Title: Owner
    Interests: Specialty/Vegetable, Organic, Timber Production, Marketing, Agribusiness, Mushrooms, Garlic, Beekeeping

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  • Posted By Accidental Agronomist
    1 years, 2 months ago

    There is a farm near Pittsburgh, PA called Quiet Creek Herb Farm http://www.quietcreekherbfarm.org/

    They grow several varieties of mushrooms and are a great resource for information. Field & Forest Products out of Peshtigo, WI also has Oyster mushroom strains and starter kits for sale.

    Posted By Neil Louwrens
    1 years, 3 months ago

    Anyone know who grows ‘Oyster’ mushrooms in the US

    Posted By Ag Sustainability And Innovation
    1 years, 3 months ago

    NUS engineers pioneer greener and cheaper technique for biofuel production

    A team of engineers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) recently discovered that a naturally occurring bacterium, Thermoanaerobacterium thermosaccharolyticum TG57, isolated from waste generated after harvesting mushrooms, is capable of directly converting cellulose, a plant-based material, to biobutanol.

    Photo: NUS engineers have found that a natural bacterium isolated from mushroom crop residue can contribute to greener and cheaper biofuel production. (credit: NUS)

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    Call for Applications: The Extreme Tech Challenge (XTC) global start-up competition

    The Extreme Tech ChallengeSM (XTC) global start-up competition discovers and supports new technologies and innovations to solve the world's most extreme problems. Drawing from the United Nation's 17 Sustainable Development Goals, XTC® partners will encourage the world’s most promising entrepreneurs to develop solutions to the greatest challenges facing humankind. The XTC® Competition will also connect innovators with a network of investors and entrepreneurs and provide up to $10,000,000 in funding to top contenders.

    Eligibility
    The XTC® Competition is open to all product or service submissions based on a new technology or an innovative application of an existing technology built by the submitting company. Applicants must be legally incorporated – or registered – in their country of origin. The proposed business cannot be in violation of any intellectual property rights, including but not limited to patent infringement.

    Deadline for submission: Ongoing

    Illustration Photo: In 2015, the Rwanda Green Fund (FONERWA) invested in sustainable biodiversity by providing a grant to Kigali Farms to map and domesticate the mycological riches of the country’s forests. This investment has created an inventory of edible mushroom populations in Rwanda's forest ecosystems and identified species that are suitable for export and have the potential for cultivation. Today, mushrooms grown in Rwanda are exported across the region, improving the health and livelihoods of tens of thousands of farmers and customers. (credits: Rwanda Green Fund / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0))

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    Call for Proposals: Improve the production and distribution of food in Asia, Africa, Latin America and the Middle East

    The foundation supports projects that demonstrate local leadership and promote professional development in the conservation, agricultural, and health sciences; develop the capacity of local organizations; and address a particular problem or question in the field. It prefers to support projects that address under-funded issues and geographic areas.

    Dateline for submission: 1 January 2019

    Illustration Photo: In 2015, the Rwanda Green Fund (FONERWA) invested in sustainable biodiversity by providing a grant to Kigali Farms to map and domesticate the mycological riches of the country’s forests. This investment has created an inventory of edible mushroom populations in Rwanda's forest ecosystems and identified species that are suitable for export and have the potential for cultivation. Today, mushrooms grown in Rwanda are exported across the region, improving the health and livelihoods of tens of thousands of farmers and customers. (credits: Rwanda Green Fund / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 2.0 Generic (CC BY-ND 2.0))

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    Posted By Soybeans
    1 years, 1 month ago

    http://msue.anr.msu.edu/news/sporecaster_new_white_mold_risk_prediction_smartphone_app_now_live

    Posted By Ag Sustainability And Innovation
    1 years, 3 months ago

    Breakthrough technologies for a sustainable mushroom industry

    Today, BIOrescue partners are celebrating their first milestone: their biorefinery project to recover used mushroom compost is now halfway to success. During the last 18 months, the full process has been successfully tested and the first product prototypes, including a potential new vaccine for plants, are expected to have promising applications in the agricultural sector.

    Illustration Photo: Beech-clam mushrooms cultivation (credits: Wendell Smith / Flickr Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0))

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    Posted By Lauren Manning
    3 years, 3 months ago


    https://agfundernews.com/industry-in-brief-usda-decides-not-to-regulate-crispr-foods-google-earth-partners-with-fao-more5709.html