Mushroom Training Centers in India
Today, let us take a class of Mushroom Training Centers in India.
Mushroom farming is a biotechnological intervention of various lignocellulosic agro-wastes into proteins. The commercial mushroom cultivation is an appropriate agribusiness, suiting the agro-climatic conditions of Jammu and Kashmir State. Its cultivation involves low-cost eco-friendly technology wherein locally available farm wastes are utilized as raw material. The temperate climate conditions prevailing in Kashmir valley are quite conducive for mushroom cultivation almost throughout the year. The added advantage is that the venture is least dependent on electricity. Being a labor-intensive indoor activity, mushroom cultivation generates enough employment for unemployed youth and provides support to womenfolk and other weaker section of the society.
Mushrooms are well-suited to supplement diets which lack proteins and in since they are rightly called “vegetable meat“. Carbohydrate and fat contents of edible mushrooms are quite low. Owing to these attributes, these serve as a low-calorie diet recommended to heart patients.
In advanced countries like USA, Japan and China many medicines (mushroom nutriceuticals) are prepared from mushrooms in the form of tablets, capsules, and extracts which fetch revenue worth billions of dollars. This second potential use of mushroom industry is expected to become a dominant segment as the trend to use mushrooms for medicinal use is on the rise with wider consumer satisfaction and acceptability. These two segments of the mushroom industry will not compete but will complement each other.
About 2,000 species of macrofungi are reported to be prime edible. mushrooms, but only about 80 species are grown experimentally, 40 cultivated economically, around 20 cultivated commercially and only 5 produced on an industrial scale. Among the commercially cultivated mushrooms, white button mushroom (Agaricusbisporus) is extensively cultivated throughout the world and contributes more than 40% of the total of 4.0 million metric tonnes of mushrooms produced worldwide.
Mushroom Farming in India:
Mushrooms are sold either in fresh form or canned/freeze-dried form. Fresh mushroom is packed in low-density polyethylene bags and sold in open market. Their shelf life is barely 2 days. Cannel and freeze-dried mushrooms can remain even for one year but freeze drying is costly technology.
India is not a major producer of any of the mushroom varieties, it produces all varieties of edible and medicinal mushrooms. India is a rich source of technical and non-technical manpower that helps farming activities. For Mushroom cultivation, you can use agricultural residues, which are available in huge quantities in every corner of the country. Black carbon emission from biomass burning is the second largest contributor to the current global warming. At present, the areas with the Rice-Wheat cropping system of India is facing a tough challenge to handle the mounting crop residues. Mushroom cultivation can effectively utilize these agro-residues to produce protein-rich food and plays a crucial role in the management of these agro-residues. The supply and demand gap in the world trade of mushrooms and the shrinkage of production in western countries due to high labor costs would result in better market prices for Indian mushroom producers. With a domestic population of more than 1.3 billion, India itself is a large market for mushrooms. The development of rapid infrastructure facilities and well-organized distribution network provides greater scope for the marketing of perishable products in order to meet domestic consumer demands. To be successful in both domestic and export market it is essential to produce quality fresh mushrooms and mushroom fortified value-added products at competitive rates without any agrochemical residues. Efforts should also be made to exploit the commercial utilization of mushroom substrate left after cultivation for preparation of organic manure, vermicompost, briquettes, etc. One final reason for optimism concerning India’s potential as a major mushroom producer is its strategic geographical location, making it more convenient to export mushrooms to the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and European countries.
Read: Button Mushroom Cultivation.
List of Mushroom Farming Training Centers in India;
There many Mushroom Farming Training Centers in India. Some of them are listed below:
Sky Mushrooms Training and Spawn Lab:
Sky Mushrooms Training and Spawn Lab offers an excellent training course for small to large scale Mushroom growers. Mushroom Cultivation Technology will be covered during the training courses with practicals. They have given training to more than 300 individuals. They use high-tech American Technology to grow Mushrooms. This technique was introduced first time in India by the founder of our company Mr. Abhimanyu Rao.
Abhimanyu Rao Dongarwar
Plot 36, New Amar Nagar, Manewada
Nagpur – 440034 Maharashtra, India.
MAHAGRO INDIA is an existing business entrepreneur in Mushroom industry since 1995 in INDIA, specialized in Training, Consultancy & Marketing of fresh & dry Oyster Mushrooms for more than 2 decades. Mahagro is organizing Mushroom Cultivation Training Programs in different parts of Indian cities for the beginners.
- MahaGro India
- SRV House, 126, 1st Floor, Dawari Nagar-01,
- Opposite Vakola Highway Signal,
- Santacruz – East, Mumbai 400 055
- Maharashtra, India.
- Mobile: 91 7304103473: 91 7715071185.
BhutaaAgrobiotech is the most popular manufacturer of all variety of Mushroom Spawn & mushrooms etc. Their products are high in demand for their premium quality, seamless finish, different patterns, and affordable prices. BhutaaAgrobiotech offer short term courses in Mushroom Cultivation.
Bhutaaagrobiotech training gives you a complete practical experience and helps you to learn how the mushroom cultivation is done, use of technology and our trained manpower resource, we produce the finest mushrooms and cocultures, now this is quality assured. All by natural means.
APT 3, Sitaram Chawl, Navpada, Marol Naka
Mumbai – 400059 Maharashtra, India.
Mushroom Global is a popular mushroom cultivation farm and is engaged in growing milky mushrooms which are a very good source of proteins. They have set up a state of art mushroom growing facility in Vishakapatnam city in India.
Mushroom Global is offering 2 days training in Milky Mushroom Cultivation.
- Mushroom Global
- Above United Public School,
- Ganesh Nagar,
- Andhra Pradesh,
- India – 530 048.
- Mobile – (+91) 9059098001
- Email – email@example.com,
Biotech Era Transforming India (BETI):
Biotech Era Transforming India (BETI) Research and Training Centre is a high-quality Spawn Production Laboratory run by Biotechnology and Microbiology Experts besides conducting research internships and training.
Biotech Era Transforming India (BETI) offer Mushroom Cultivation Hands-on Training.
Biotech Era Transforming India- Beti Research and Training Centre, Airport Road, Indore
Mob No: 8839575166 /
Whatsapp – 8839819024
Mushroom Foundation of India (MFI):
Mushroom Foundation of India (MFI), Coimbatore is organizing One Day Training Program on Mushroom Cultivation every month in collaboration with Krishnamurthi International Agricultural Development Foundation (KIADEF), Coimbatore.
Training Schedule: Fourth Friday of selected months( Once in Two months). Training Date: 28-06-2019 (Fourth Friday of June).
Training fee: the training fee is Rs. 1000/ person that includes Morning Tea, Lunch, Evening Tea, Training Manual in English, Tamil Book on Mushroom cultivation and a Certificate.
MUSHROOM FOUNDATION OF INDIA
28-A, SHANMUGARAJA PURAM
COIMBATORE 641 026, TAMIL NADU, INDIA
Mobile: +91 98422 43797
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Khan Mushroom Farm:
Khan Mushroom Farm & Training Centre is firmly involved in promoting & popularizing mushroom cultivation all over India. Khan Mushroom Farm offers training in Mushroom Cultivation. Besides these various agricultural activities as well as research work is also carried by the Centre.
The center has visitors from all over India and from other countries. Khan Mushroom Farm Centre gives training on Mushroom cultivation to the farmers conducted by Department of Agriculture, Horticulture as well as for the Agricultural Universities students.
This training center has received various honors & awards has been awarded for promoting mushroom cultivation in the country.
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Khan Mushroom Farm & Training Centre
P.O. Nangal Salangri, Tehsil & District Una,
Himachal Pradesh, India, 174303
Land Line +911975272096,
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‘S’ Mushroom Agritech:
‘S’ Mushroom Agritech is a popular project that offers training on mushroom cultivation, started in the year 2004 in order to expand the art of mushroom growing and consumption as a small-scale industry.
‘S’ Mushroom Agritech offers hands-on training to those interested in growing mushroom, the training period is 4 days which are spread over one month. The ‘S’ Mushroom Agritech joins hands with the development organizations to train community groups in the aspects of mushroom production, processing, and marketing. The company also conducts training on entrepreneurship and business plan development for entrepreneurs.
- Email: email@example.com.
- Phone: 09391365376.
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