AHDB wishes to build awareness and understanding in their stakeholder communities of the way that farm management decisions on the use of resources (including land) determine environmental impacts
This aims to develop alternative casing products for peat, without compromising mushroom yield or quality.
The current use of supplements in phase 3 compost in the UK and other mushroom industries will be established.
This project aims to transfer bacterial and fungal mushroom pathogen cultures from liquid nitrogen storage at Warwick University to low temperature storage at Fera.
This project will determine the ammonia concentrations that are needed to eradicate Trichoderma aggressivum (Th2) from compost during different time-temperature pasteurisation tr
The aim of this project is to investigate new materials which can be beneficially added to casing to substitute wet-dug peat and sugar beet lime, and suppress diseases.