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mushrooms. • PRODUCT . o Applications Mushroom is an exotic and nutritious source of vegetarian food. It is a major horticulture product all over the world and is also becoming popular in India. Fresh mushrooms have very limited shelf life but dried and packed mushrooms have considerable shelf life. This project can be

Proposal Project proposal on fruit and vegetable production Ashebir Borena Wolaitta Development Association Wolaitta Soddo 2005, Wolaita, Woreda – Damot Woyde, Ethiopia. E-mail: [email protected] Accepted 8 February, 2008 The long-term objective of this project is to contribute to food security of rural s in Offa woreda.

Mushroom production is becoming popular in the country and seen as a way to provide practical, innovative, and sustainable livelihood for Filipinas. Hence, the special free seminar focused on mushroom production and processing technologies.

3.7. Lay out Plan of the Project 3.8. Conversion of Land Use (CLU) 3.9. Whether Project Site is Part of Production Belt / Cluster / Hub 3.10. Rationale for the Location of the Project 3.11. Compliance of Project Site for Food Safety 3.12. Components / Activities of the Project with Justification 3.13. Operations Planning 3.14.

Project Outline - Aim : to introduce Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus spp.) growing to small farm holder families living in and around Menagesha and Holeta - Menagesha Int. Org. Farm Train outgrowers the steps of mushroom cultivation Follow up & consultancy after training delivery Produce and distribute Spawned bags to outgrowers

oyster mushroom. Presently, the project is producing 5 to 10 kilograms per day with a selling price of Php100 per kilogram. These are sold to faculty members and personnel of the university and to the local market of Siniloan. A total of 2,000 fruiting bags are prepared every month.

Feasibility study on mushroom production in Agusan del Sur [Philippines] 1998. Basco, J.A. The project is a mushroom production that will be sold directly to consumers and in the local markets. Primary consumers for product distribution are Bayugan, San Francisco and the neighboring municipalities. For the first and the fourth production ...

Project Mushroom will be having 3 source of income: Fresh Mushrooms, there is a demand of almost 30 kgs a day in Laguna area alone, selling it Php 300 per kilo. Another source of income are value added products such as mushroom canton which is sold for Php 78 per bundle and mushroom seasoning which is sold for Php 500 per kilo.

Zimbabwe. Both realised that mushrooms on coffee is not just a biological process, it is an opportunity for a social transformation. Hundreds of entrepreneurs took notice and started small scale businesses. In the region of El Huila, 90 production centres were started in less than a few years and in Zimbabwe,

The project has acquired 450 acres of land for food crop and livestock production. PRESENT ACTIVITIES. Currently, the project is embarking on the introduction of a small livestock component (piggery and small ruminant) due to the rebels over Four hundred Fifty (450) bushels of seed rice moved by the project, were looted.

Mushroom farming can provide you with a sustainable income ...

5.1.1 Big Suppliers. According to the mushroom growing business plan, HealthFarm plans to target mushroom big suppliers who supply mushrooms to big hotels and restaurants in Dallas. Nowadays, hotels and restaurant need mushrooms on a daily basis for …

•The Philippines has a long history of implementing community-based forest restoration programs •National Greening Program (NGP) Community-based forestry is main the platform (peoples organization) State-owned land Environmental and socio-economic objectives Forest converted to smallholders corn farms in Iloilo, Philippines

Mushroom production has been in the Philippines since the 19th century. But despite having been long introduced in the country more than a century ago, the Philippines' contribution to the local mushroom demand is only at 10% to date. Although it can be a profitable business, many Filipinos do not venture into mushroom farming due to lack of ...

The culture of mushroom is gaining popularity in the Philippines. Mushroom is a delicacy and is really accepted as vegetable. Its present cultivation in this country is limited, perhaps due to insufficiency of planting materials and the limited local knowledge about its culture.