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Cordyceps Mushroom Production & Cultivation Training | Cordyceps mushroom company

Learn about growing, harvesting, marketing, storage, pest and diseases and even ways of cooking and using Cordyceps militaris mushroom.

Course Content:

·        Overview of Cordyceps and other medicinal mushrooms

·        History of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Research of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Benefits of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Uses of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Cordyceps militaris species

·        Classification of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Strains of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Bioactive components of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Testing of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Laboratory and Incubation room (fruiting space) Design

·        Home setup -Low-tech cultivation methods of Cordyceps

·        Medium Scale setup of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Commercial /Large Scale setup of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Lab apparatus, tools & equipments required for of Cordyceps mushroom cultivation and their use

·        Cordyceps Culture and Spawn preparation

·        Agar media formulation and sterilization for Cordyceps

·        Preparation of agar-culture plates and test tubes

·        Spawn (aka liquid culture: LC) media formulation and sterilization

·        Incubation/Fruiting of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Harvesting & Drying of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Packaging & Storage of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Value added products of Cordyceps mushrooms

·        Marketing and Sales of Cordyceps mushrooms


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