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Mycorestoration use against:
PCB Polychlorinated biphenyls (cancer-causing chemical chlor compounds– common use: i.e. transformers, capacitors, hydraulic installation s, and as a diluent / softener for lacquer, sealing compounds, insulating and plastic products.)
Mushrooms use strong enymes to decompose primary structural components of wood (lignin and cellulose). The same enzymes can be used to absorb and neutralise heavy metals and toxins, and removing them permanently.
Mycelium (spawn) of a convenient mushroom species is distributed over the contaminated area. Mix the spawn with fresh basic material (i.e. wood chips) and cover the source of toxication extensive. Same procedure as Laying of a mushroom bed.
While the mushroom mycelium grows all over the contaminated soil, toxins are absorbed or decomposed. The mushoom will accumulate this toxins in the fruiting bodies. Therefor please dispose them after harvest. This is the way how you get your garden clear of toxins and heavy metal!
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Scientific name: Lentinula edodes
Synonyms: Agaricus edodes, Shii-Take, Shaingugu, Hua Gu, Qua Gu, Chinese black mushroom, black forest mushroom
Shiitake grows as a saprophyte on dead hardwood. He particularly prefers the Pasania-tree (Castanopsis cuspidata) and other asian oaks and beech trees.
Hardwood (most suitable: oak, beech, birch, alder, chestnut, pasania)
Vital mushroom, edible mushroom
The Shiitake has originally been domiciled in Japan, Korea and China and his special characteristics are known by the population for more than 2000 years.
The smell of this special mushroom is very similar to garlic and is due to an ingredient called Lenthionine. Shiitake counts to the most popular gourmet-mushrooms in the world.
Spores: white, ovoid to ellipsoid, 5 - 6.5 x 3 - 3.5 µ
Phase 1: Mycelium growth