Pleurotus citrinopileatus AM-G2-Y


Agrocybe aegerita AM-G11

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Strain: Pleurotus citrinopileatus AM-G2-Y

 

=Pleurotus cornucopiae var. citrinopileatus (Singer) Ohira

 

Common Names: Golden Oyster Mushroom, Yuhuangmo, Tamanoki (楡木茸), Zitronengelbe Seitling

 

Application: choice edible, medicinal usage and compounds, research.

 

Characteristics: Fruitbodies are typical oyster mushroom-like except the lemon yellow cap color and fragile fruitbodies. Popular with home cultivators as it is very easy to fruit on almost all cellulose substrates, but for commercial use the fruitbodies are a bit delicate. The fruitbodies need to be carefully handled as they break easily reducing their appeal in the marketplace. Easily achieves 125% - 150% Biological Efficiency.

 

Temperature Range: High: 70-85 (90) °F [21-29 (32) °C] fruiting temperature.

 

Recommended Substrate: straw (wheat, barley, oats, rye, rice, etc), sawdust (oak, beech, hornbeam, alder, poplar or birch), corn cobs, paper, leaves or agricultural wastes (cotton wastes, husks and stalks of sunflower, coffee wastes, etc).

Cellulose Decomposers: Straw & other agricultural waste products

Agricultural waste products such as sugar cane bagasse, seed hulls, soybean roughage, banana plants, corncobs, peanut shells, grass, tea leaves, grape pumice, coffee husks, saguaro cactus, cotton waste, bamboo shoots, or cellulosic waste stream products such as paper, cardboard, textile waste, etc.

Recommended species:

Armilaria mellea, Auricularia auricular-judae, Calocybe indica, Dictyophora indusiata, Flammulina velutipes, Hypsizygous ulmarius Lepista nuda, Letinula edodes Straw, Pleurotus djamor, Pleurotus pulmonarius, Pleurotus ostreatus, Pleurotus tuber-regium, Stropharia rugoso-annulata, Volvariella volvacea.

Method:

Ideally this species is grown on straw and some agricultural wastes, which are low in lignin content. Pasteurize this substrate with ashes, hydrated lime, hot water, or any other method, after it has been chopped into 1-4 inch pieces. Soak the substrate for 2-12 hours depending on the pasteurization method used. Remove from water and cool and drain the substrate to no more than 80°F and whatever the saturation moisture content is for that material. Substrate is now ready for inoculation via grain spawn at a rate of 2%-10%, depending on the availability of spawn and the grower’s experience.

* It’s recommended to use a mesh basket or laundry bag to place the substrate in for easy removal after soaking or use a shower type single stage hydration/pasteurizing setup as show here: http://www.alohaculturebank.com/straw-lime-pasturization.pdf.

 

Recommended Media Type: PDY MYA MEP GBMA

 

History: unknown.

 

DNA Sequence: DNA Sequencing for ITS region available at an extra charge of $200. Allow two weeks for the DNA sequencing service.

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