Abstract: Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) has become the third commercially grown mushroom in India after button and oyster mushrooms. (2010) who found that wheat bran supplement added with substrate increased the growth, yield and biological efficiency of milky mushroom. The highest biological efficiency was obtained with wheat bran supplement followed by rice bran supplement. ), Mushrooms as functional foods (pp. Thakur, M. P., and Singh, H. K. (2014). [1], C. indica grows in grasslands, fields and road verges in Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan, generally on substrate rich in organic material. (2014) who also found peat moss as the best casing material. *Corresponding author’s email: bncnbu@gmail.com ABSTRACT In … Calocybe indica. However, significant results were found regarding the ash content of fruiting bodies on various growing media (Table 3). Calocybe. (2012). (Calocybe indica) attained the lowest mean lengt h with 4.90 . 3 Biotech, 2, 249–257. [2], "A Comprehensive Review of Tropical Milky White Mushroom (, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Calocybe_indica&oldid=975632010, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 29 August 2020, at 16:06. Krishnamoorthy, A. S., Muthuswamy, M. T., and Nakkeeran, S. (2000). The mycelial growth (cm) of Calocybe indica on PDA at different pH levels. , U. R. (2015). Indian Journal of Mushroom, 18, 19–23. Casing soil protects the compost against desiccation, supports the mushroom against pests and diseases, provides support for developing sporophores and provides a gaseous exchange for growth and development of mushrooms (Colauto et al., 2011). They placed it in the section Calocybe of the genus Calocybe, noting that it appeared closely related to and was similar morphologically to Calocybe gambosa, from which it differed by having slightly larger oval spores, and a stouter mushroom. Calocybe indica Fluorescence analysis were studied. Effect of substrates on growth attributes such as total yield (g), biological efficiency (%) of Calocybe indica. M. Sc. , I. Mature sporocarp of Calocybe indica … Production technology of Calocybe indica has been introduced by Purkayastha and Nayak in 1979 which was improved by Purkayastha and Nayak in 1981. Bioscience Biotechnolog y Research Communications, 11(4), 307–314. Taste is a vital sensation for humans as it can detect important nutrient substances or potential toxins. (2012). Doctoral dissertation. Mycobiology, 38(2), 97–101. Mature sporocarp of Calocybe indica … The maximum fresh weight of fruiting body (37 g) was recorded in wheat straw, while the minimum weight of fruiting body (28 g) was noted from cotton waste substrate. 5. Mushroom fruiting body development depends on lignocellulosic waste material that provides nutrition such as carbon and nitrogen for growth (Miles and Chang, 2004). Utilisation of agro-waste materials to grow mushrooms is an eco-friendly method to reduce pollution. Evaluation of various casing materials for enhancing growth and yield of button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus Lange). Cultivation of milky white mushroom in Bihar, India. Botanical Name: Calocybe indica. However, paddy straw the commonly employed material showed relatively less yield. As it grows in hot humid climate hence this mushroom is highly suitable for cultivation in most of the plains of India almost throughout the year. Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) fits well under these conditions because of its ability to grow at temperature above 30°C, white sporophore, excellent shelf life, high biological efficiency (80-90%) and easier in post-harvest handling 9. Gurjar, K. L., and Doshi, A. Rathore, Sharma, Prasad, and Sharma (2018) found that Glu content of Calocybe indica fruit bodies was positively correlated with selenium concentration cultivated on Se-enriched wheat straw. Calocybe indica, commonly known as the milky white mushroom, is a species of edible mushroom native to India. (2000). 3Influence of various casing materials on the yield and biological efficiency of milky mushroom, Experiment No. It has been known that the protein content of mushrooms varies with the type of substrate used due to the differential nature of the nutrient supply (Gothwal et al., 2012). 5. The substrates were filled in the bags, and spawning was done as described in Experiment No. The results are nearly comparable with the results of Arshukla (2004) who stated that pH 7 of agar media showed the highest mycelial growth of milky mushroom, while Subbiah and Balan (2015) found optimal mycelial growth of mushroom within the range of 5.5 and 8.5. Mycobiology, 43(3), 184–194. Toss with olive oil, and season to taste. , A. Doctoral dissertation. Soc. The sturdy all-white mushrooms appear in summer after rainfall in fields and on road verges. 07 Kumar_155 21-12-2007 9:25 Pagina 155 multiplied on the same mycelium and used in further The maximum number of fruiting bodies was obtained with wheat bran supplement, followed by rice bran, while the minimum was found with the non-supplemented substrate (Table 7). Mushroom Mountain. (2011). Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) can be grown on wide range of substrates as in case of oyster mushroom. cm. Contents of vitamins, mineral elements, and some phenolic compounds in cultivated mushrooms. (2017) with little modifications. (2004). Raghuramulu, N., Madhavan, N. K., and Kalyansundaram, S. (2003). Share on twitter. Substrates used for the cultivation of milky mushroom were chemically analysed for nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium before inoculation and after harvesting the mushrooms. Use of vermiproducts in the cultivation of milky mushroom (. Purkayastha and Aindrila Chandra—had noted it to be a popular mushroom in markets in West Bengal. Sing. Sardar, H., Ali, M. A., Anjum, M. A., Nawaz, F., Hussain, S., Naz, S., and Karimi, S. M. (2017). Technique for commercial production of milky mushroom, , R. (2012). In the first experiment, the mycelial growth of mushroom was recorded at different temperatures, agar media and pH levels. [2], C. indica is cultivated commercially in southern India and becoming more popular in China, Malaysia, and Singapore; it can be grown in hot humid (60% to 70%) countries with a temperature range of 25 to 35 °C year-round, It undergoes the two phases dark phase and the light phase where in dark phase the mycelium development will takes place and in the light phase the pin heads start growing. (2003). The mycelial growth (cm) of Calocybe indica on different media at different temperature levels. Mushroom cultivation is gaining popularity among growers in urban and peri-urban areas due to inexpensive raw materials including agriculture and industrial waste (Chang, 2007). The maximum stem length (8.17 cm) was observed in wheat straw, followed by on rice straw (7.03 cm), while the minimum stem length was found (6.53 cm) in cotton waste substrate. All the casing materials were subjected to therm treatment at 65°C for 4 h. After therm treatment of casing materials, they were spread on the bags upon completion of mycelium running. Calocybe indica Purkay.& Chandra, Trans. Among the substrates used in this study wheat straw showed superior substrate for the production of milky mushroom. The pH of the media was set at different pH levels (6, 7 and 8) after sterilisation of media in autoclave (Automatic Drying Autoclave ATV1100) at 121°C. Cremini Mushroom. Doshi, A., Sharma, S. S., and Trivedi, A. The substrates were soaked in water for 24 h and then spread on the floor to constitute the level of moisture at 65% (determined by using hot air oven). Variability among the strains of. Peat moss casing gave significantly higher yield along with higher biological efficiency, followed by loam soil casing, while spent mushroom substrate casing provided the lowest yield and biological efficiency. (2014). , T. S. (2010). , S. I. Calocybe indica is a relatively new introduction to the world of edible mushrooms from India 10. Casing was found to be an absolute requirement for proper fructification in C. indica by several workers. In the present study, mycelial growth was maximal at 30°C on both agar media. I. Calocybe (Guttatae) (Fr.) The maximum total yield was obtained with wheat bran supplement as compared to non-supplemented substrate. (Vol. Selection of different substrates for the cultivation of milky mushroom (, , R. S. (2006). , H. J. © 2020 Hasan Sardar et al., published by Sciendo. Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) has become the third commercially grown mushroom in India after button and oyster mushrooms. Traditionally eaten in West Bengal, it is being grown commercially in several Indian states and other tropical countries. There are not many species of this genus in Britain. The Bioscan, 8(2), 421–424. Feasibility of dairy waste water (DWW) and distillery spent wash (DSW) effluents in increasing the yield potential of Pleurotusflabellatus (PF 1832) and Pleurotus sajor-caju (PS 1610) on bagasse. Oyster and button mushrooms, which require low temperature (18–20°C) for its growth and production, can only be cultivated during winter months or under controlled conditions (Chang, 2008). Values are expressed as means ± standard error. (2010) with little alterations. 2. Ayyub, C. M., Khan, N. A., Rehman, A., Pervez, M. A., Akhtar, N., and Ullah, I. The effects of different substrates on the growth, yield, and nutritional composition of two oyster mushrooms (, , M. (1999). Share on facebook. Cultivation of milky white mushroom in Bihar, India. Effect of various organic supplements on nonenzymatic antioxidant and minerals expression in, , A. K. (2013). Calocybe indica, commonly known as the milky white mushroom, is a species of edible mushroom native to India. Several casing materials were used by various researchers for mushroom cultivation such as peat moss, loam soil, spent mushroom substrate, coconut coir, biogas slurry, farmyard manure, and so on (Krishnamoorthy et al., 2000). The flesh has a mild flavour that has been described as oily, and a faint smell reminiscent of radishes it tastes like an unripened coconut that which we can eat it without any cooking. Effect of straw substrates and casing materials on yield of milky mushroom (Calocybe indica P&C.) Dharwad, India: UAS. Substrates like maize stalks, sorghum stalks, vetiver grass and straw were also found to be suitable for growing Calocybe indica. Next Fruiting Mushrooms In Zahid, M. K., Barua, S., and Haque, S. I. Doctoral dissertation. Milky mushroom is a relatively new addition to the world of edible mushrooms since most of the edible mushrooms (oyster and button mushroom) require low temperature (< 25°C) for their commercial cultivation. Dayaram. . Citation: Folia Horticulturae 32, 1; 10.2478/fhort-2020-0011. Mushroom Biology and Biotechnology, 213, 293. by Michael Kuo. Substrates exposed to rain or harvested premature (green color) are prone to various weed moulds which may result in failure of the crop. Biswas, S., and Singh, N. P. (2009). Arshukla, C. (2004). This mushroom is gaining popularity due to its attractive robust, white sporocarps, long shelf life, sustainable yield, delicious taste, unique texture and cholesterol free foods with certain important medicinal properties including their antiviral effect. In contrast to the present findings, rice straw is also reported to be a good substrate for milky mushroom cultivation (Biswas and Singh, 2009; Pani, 2010). (2009). Scientia Horticulturae, 225, 327–334. Both PDA and MEA media gave the maximum growth (8.43 cm and 7.73 cm, respectively) at 30°C. The mushroom does not change colour on cutting or bruising, though old dried specimens have a buff colour. If facilities of low-temperature control are not available during summer months, it necessitates the selection for cultivable mushroom species that are tolerant to high temperature. 512–558). Phosphorus was measured according to the procedure as previously described by Chapman and Parker (1961). The mycelium took 18–20 days to completely cover the grains. In warm regions, the cultivation of mushrooms is always expensive due to he requirement of certain infrastructure (Thakur and Singh, 2014). Effect of casing materials on growth attributes of Calocybe indica fruiting body. The Calocybe indica strains viz., Ci (P), Ci (N) had long stipe measuring 3-6.7 cm in diameter with centrally attached stipe similar to the commercially cultivated Calocybe indica var.APK 2. Dhakad, P. K., Chandra, R., Yadav, M. K., and Patar, U. R. (2015). There was a significant difference in the growth of mycelia of milky mushroom as shown in Figure 2. The different casing materials (peat moss, loam soil and spent mushroom substrate) were tested for their effect on agronomic characteristics of C. indica. 2. Bioresource Technology, 88(2), 153–156. delicious taste, and unique texture. Thesis. Taxonomy. Calocybe indica is rich in cabohydrates, protein, lipids, fats, fiber, ash and is abundant with essential amino acids. , H. K. (2014). , R. (2015). , V. (2001). Prospects of cultivation of specialty mushrooms in Rajasthan, India. The findings of the present investigation are comparable to previous studies reported by different authors like Sharma et al. Widespread but apparently uncommon, Calocybe carnea is a little pink mushroom that grows in lawns and meadows. delicious taste, and unique texture. (2007). Alam, N., Amin, R., Khair, A., and Lee, T. S. (2010). (1990). Regarding total yield obtained after harvesting of all mushrooms from bags, there was a significant difference (p < 0.05) among different substrates. Assessment of different casing materials for use as peat alternatives in mushroom cultivation: Evaluation of quantitative and qualitative production parameters. Orlando, FL, USA: Academic Press. In P. C. K. Cheung (Ed. The sturdy all-white mushrooms appear in summer after rainfall in fields and on road verges. The effects of two different culture medium (PDA and MEA) on mycelial growth of C. indica at different temperature levels were recorded after 10 days of inoculation (Figure 1). A 2.5 cm thick layer of casing material was applied uniformly on the substrate. St George's Mushroom can be used in any recipe calling for cultivated mushrooms. Effects of different culture media, temperature and pH levels on the growth of wild and exotic Pleurotus species. Mushrooms have been renowned also due to high medicinal properties such as anti-ageing, antiviral, antioxidative, anti-hypertensive, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal, anticancer, antitumour, anti-inflammatory and antihypotensive (Patel et al., 2012). Species of edible mushroom native to India. Among the locally available lignocellulosic substrates, wheat straw supplemented with wheat bran improved total yield and other agronomic and nutritional characteristics for milky mushroom production. yield, delicious taste,and unique texture (Purkayartha, Chandra 1974).C.indica is rich in protein, lipids,mineral,fiber,carbohydrate and is abundant with essential amino acids (Alam et al.,2008), (Mall vandharri et al.,2006). Different casing materials showed significant differences from each other for producing a number of fruiting bodies per bag. Indian Phytopath, 65, 399–403. Pantnagar: GBPUA&T, 94. In P. C. K. Cheung (Ed.). Influence of different supplements on the commercial cultivation of milky white mushroom. Mushrooms: Sources for modern western medicine. The total yield of C. indica differed significantly on different casing materials. Evaluation of alternative substrates for milky mushroom. Welcome to the Shroomery Message Board! The agronomic traits studied such as total yield, number of fruiting bodies, the maximum diameter of pileus and stalk length, biological efficiency, protein contents, phosphorous and potassium contents were observed on wheat straw substrate. The stem length of C. indica was significantly (p < 0.05) different on different substrates. Share on pinterest . , A. The entire process will take 45 days to get the complete milkywhite mushroom. Advances in the cultivation technology of tropical mushrooms in India. 1Effect of different agar media, temperature and pH levels on the mycelial growth of milky mushroom (C. indica), Experiment No. The Similar to these findings, Vijaykumar et al. Agro-industrial residues influence mineral elements accumulation and nutritional composition of king oyster mushroom (, , A. AOAC (Association of Official Analytical Chemists). (1995). Days required to complete mycelial running in substrates filled bags were minimum on wheat bran supplement while, in control highest days required to colonise substrate (Table 6). PDA media was used in this experiment with pH levels of 6, 7 and 8. Milky Mushrooms are also known as summer mushrooms. Wheat straw was used as a substrate in this experiment on the basis of the evaluation of the substrates during Experiment No. Ruiz-Rodríguez, A., Polonia, I., Soler-Rivas, C., and Wichers, H. J. Production technology of Calocybe indica has been introduced by Purkayastha and Nayak in 1979 which was improved by Purkayastha and Nayak in 1981. Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology, 39(2), 355. Bekerly, Toronto, Canada: Ten Speed Press. Micologia Aplicada International, 17(2), 21–33. Proximate composition and mineral content of selected edible mushroom varieties of Bangladesh. In this study, peat moss proved to be the best casing material. Small genus of about 40 species of mushroom, including St. George's mushroom, which is edible, and milky mushroom, which is edible and is cultivated in India. In addition, the effect of wheat bran supplement has also been reported in tropical and sub-tropical oyster mushrooms by Gurjar and Doshi (1995). The effects of different substrates on the growth, yield, and nutritional composition of two oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus ostreatus and Pleurotus cystidiosus). Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 9(3), 2333–2338. The maximum mycelial growth (8.43 cm) was observed at 30°C on PDA media, while the minimum growth of mushroom mycelium (6.43 cm) was measured at 35°C on MEA media (Figure 1). African Journal of Biotechnology, 11(30), 7701–7710. Influence of different supplements on the commercial cultivation of milky white mushroom. Comparative study on growth parameters and yield potential of five strains of milky mushroom (Calocybe indica). Moreover, suitable carbon to nitrogen ratio might have been responsible for the higher mycelial growth rate in wheat straw substrate. The results obtained in this study relate to the findings of Krishnamoorthy et al. ). Milky mushroom grows best at 30°C which is higher than required by other cultivated mushrooms. It can be grown on straw of … In commercial cultivation of milky mushroom, casing is an important agronomic practice on which fruit bodies appear. The fungus is saprophytic, though it has been reported to form extomycorrhizal relationships with the roots of the coconut tree (Cocos nucifera), palmyra palm (Borassus flabellifer), tamarind (Tamarindus indicus) and yellow poinciana (Peltophorum pterocarpum). Always be sure to correctly identify your mushrooms before consuming! Furthermore, fresh air in the growing room was circulated with an exhaust fan (size 12 inch) to lower the CO2 below 1,000 ppm after every 3–4 h. The mushroom fruiting bodies were harvested after 25 days (on fruiting body maturity), and observations on growth parameters were recorded. The mushrooms appear between May and August after spells of rainfall. Figure 3: Effect of Sawdust on the Length of the Stipe of . (2018) uses various casing materials for the growth of milky mushroom and found that casing materials positively affected the growth and yield of mushroom. There are not many species of this genus in Britain.The name is derived from the Ancient Greek terms kalos "pretty", and cubos "head". Impact of different substrates for spawn production and production of milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) AMIT KUMAR MAURYA, VINNY JOHN, RAKHI MURMU AND SOBITA SIMON Milky mushroom ( (1990). The time required to complete mycelium running in days differs significantly (p < 0.05) among substrates. For the preparation of PDA was prepared by boiling 200 g peeled potatoes in 1 L water, and extract of potato mixed with 20 g agar and 20 g dextrose in 1 L distilled water. Amin, R., Khair, A., Aiam, N., and Lee, T. S. (2010). Increasing the period of treatment and observation. As summarised in Tables 1 and 2, three different substrates were tested for the highest yield and nutritional components of milky mushroom. The maximum total yield (493.67 g) was found on wheat straw substrate bags, while the least total yield (206.67 g) was attained on cotton waste substrate. Effect of different temperatures and pH on radial growth of different strains of. The N, P, K content significantly varied in fruiting bodies of mushrooms grown on different substrates (Table 3). Hyderabad, India: National Institute of Nutrition, ICMR. Pani, B. K. (2010). Br. The results also indicated that the addition of supplements with the substrate improved yield and yield contributing characteristics. It has become the third commercially grown mushroom in India, after button and oyster mushrooms (Purkayastha and Nayak, 1979). Royse, D. J., Rhodes, T. W., Ohga, S., and Sanchez, J. E. (2004). The cuticle (skin) can be easily peeled off the cap. 2 with the same experimental conditions. The substrates were analysed for their nutrient contents before and after cropping (Table 4). Kerketta, A., Pandey, N. K., Singh, H. K., and Shukla, C. S. (2018). The equally maximum fresh weight of mushroom fruiting body was obtained with wheat bran and rice bran supplement. Effects of various easily available supplementation materials (i.e. The research was supported by the HEC grant. Similarly, the fresh weight of mushroom fruiting bodies differed significantly among substrates. The present findings are in agreement with the findings of Ayyub et al. Moisture content was determined by drying fresh samples until constant weight at 105°C in a hot air oven. planned and conducted the experiment and wrote the manuscript, M.A.A helps in reviewing the manuscript, A.N. In addition to the casing layer, substrates are supplemented with various materials to influence the spawn run, yield and biological efficiency. Kumar, R., Singh, G., Mishra, P., and Singh, R. (2012). Milky mushroom is a relatively new addition to the world of edible mushrooms since most of the edible mushrooms (oyster and button … 319–320). Production flush of Agaricus blazei on Brazilian casing layers. Shade drying and powdering of fruiting body … (2013). This mushroom is gaining popularity due to its attractive robust, whitesporocarps, long shelf life, sustainable yield, delicious taste, unique texture and cholesterol free foods with certain important medicinal properties including their antiviral effect. Evaluation of some substrates for cultivation of white summer mushroom (. Shukla, S., and Jaitly, A. K. (2013). Proximate composition and mineral content of selected edible mushroom varieties of Bangladesh. The highest N content, before cropping, was found in cotton waste than in other waste materials. Mushroom Information, 12, 12–22. The temperature of the incubation affects mycelial growth of fungus as other biological growth process influenced (Zadrazil, 1978). . Hyderabad, India: National Institute of Nutrition, ICMR. Dharwad, India: UAS. St George's Mushroom is an infrequent in most parts of Britain and Ireland, but it is locally plentiful and certainly worth searching for. Volume 32, Issue 1, Pages 115–124, eISSN 2083-5965, Mushroom strain and substrates collection, Experiment No. It can be grown on substrates containing lignin, cellulose and hemicelluloses. Effect of supplements with wheat straw substrates on growth attributes of Calocybe indica mushroom fruiting bodies. Stamets, P. (2011). Background and Objectives: Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) has become the centerpiece for commercial utilization all over the India.Milky mushroom is sturdy, fleshy and milky white in color even after flattening. Vertical bars represent mean ± SE (n = 3). (2012) observed protein content in the range of 27.4–30.5, ash content 7.87–8.15 and moisture percentage 78–84.9% on different growing media. These results are in agreement with those of Shukla and Jaitly (2013) and Singh et al. Share. All Posts » Prev Previous Using Mycorrhizae in Your Garden – with instructional video. Thesis. , M. (2007). Effects of different culture media, temperature and pH levels on the growth of wild and exotic, , S. M. (2017). Yamauchi et al. | Milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) is an indigenous tropical edible … Effect of different organic supplements and casing mixtures on yield of two strains of milky mushroom (Calocybe indica). AOAC (Association of Official Analytical Chemists). This mushroom is gaining , white sporocarps long shelf life and taste (Chadha and Sharma, 1995) [1]. Substrates (waste materials), such as rice straw (chopped), wheat straw and cotton waste, were obtained from the surroundings of Multan. The authors are grateful to Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan for financial support to this study under SRGP#1071. New Jersey, USA: John Wiley & Sons Inc. Chapman, D. H., and Parker, F. (1961).

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