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Black Poplar Mushroom Culture | Cultivation of Black Poplar Mushroom | Cultivation of Agrocybe aegerita

Black Poplar Mushroom Culture.

The Black Poplar Mushroom (also commonly known as Pioppino) tends to grow in dense clusters with a white stem and golden-brown cap. 

This species is an intermediate difficulty for cultivation as fruiting conditions must be carefully managed.  Black Poplar Mushroom requires lower temperatures and high humidity while still receiving enough Fresh Air Exchange (FAE).

Grown indoors on supplemented sawdust, Biological Efficiency of 25-75% can be achieved. 

Native to Southern Europe, this strain fruits from 13-18˚c.  

Preferred agar culture media:  MYA/PDYA

Preferred substrate:  Hardwood Sawdust

Growing Parameters

1. Spawn Run

Temperature: 21-27°c

Relative Humidity: 95-100%

Duration: 20-28 days

CO2: >20,000 ppm

Fresh Air Exchanges: 0-1 per hour

Light Requirements: n/a 

2. Primordia Formation

Temperature: 10-16°c

Relative Humidity: 95-100%

Duration: 7-14 days

CO2: <2000 ppm

Fresh Air Exchanges: 4-8 per hour

Light Requirements: 500-1000 lux

3. Fruiting

Temperature: 13-18°c

Relative Humidity: 90-95%

Duration: 4-6 days

C02: <2000 ppm

Fresh Air Exchanges: 4-8 per hour

Light Requirements: 500-1000 lux 

Black Poplar Mushroom Culture

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