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Group training - March 2020 edition

Substrate and Mushroom Production course
March 9 - March 13, 2020


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Upcoming! Training March 2020 Edition

Mycelia proudly presents the next edition of our group training on:


From March 9 to March 13, 2020. 

Check the detailed program here
The participation fee includes a day's trip to two Dutch growers of lignicolous mushrooms.

The course will take place in our school premises in Deinze, Belgium. Students are very welcome and receive a price reduction of 20%. 

The registrations are limited so save your seat before it’s too late!



*Standard knowledge of the English language is required. The participation fee is excluding board and lodging.

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HLP meeting 2019

The annual meeting of HLP, the German association for professional mushroom growers, has been held in Switzerland this year.

Hessische Pilztage
November 5th and 6th, 2019
Hotel Swiss Star, in Wetzikon, Switzerland

A special member meeting was organized by Evelin Krolopp to discuss the future development of this originally german group of professional growers of specialty mushrooms. More and more professionals from non- german speaking countries are interested to join in, but they stumble on the laguage barrier.

The group came to the following important conclusions: 1) wider international cooperation is needed to strengthen European competitiveness, 2) an official status and a sound financial policy will have to be put in place and 3) the working language will have to be changed to English.

The host for the professional visit on Wednesday morning was Patrick Romanens of Fine Fungi. Fine Fungi is a producer of organic specialty mushrooms, mainly Pleurotus eryngii and Shiitake. The company uses a bulk pasteurisation system which is safe and very efficient. Yield is constant, and the first flush is high enough for a profitable production.

The influx of Chinese substrate in the US and Europe was one of the main topics in the afternoon session, along with some interesting matters such as the cultivation of Morchella in open plastic tunnels.

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