2023-02-23 10:04:59

How to manage the mycelium stage and mycobacterium stage of Dictyophora?

1. Bacteria management
10 days after sowing, start to check the germination and food consumption of the bacteria. If you find dead seeds, you must find out the cause and replant them in time; add soil to the exposed cultivation materials in time.
2. Weeding
When the hyphae are covered with the soil layer, climb up the soil surface or are about to climb up the soil surface, choose fine weather to weed with herbicides. Weeding should not be premature, and manual weeding is not suitable.
3. Build a shade shelter
Generally, after weeding in the field, when the mycelium climbs up the soil surface and grows to the halfway up the mountain on both sides of the ditch, a shade shed should be built on the border surface. During this period of time, if the weather is sunny, hot and high temperature, the construction time of the shade shed can be appropriately advanced, and the time for continuous rain and low temperature can be appropriately delayed. In short, the construction of the shade shed should be timely and should not be delayed. The shade net should be 4 needles.
4. Bacteroidal Phase Management
Around the beginning of May, Dictyophora enters the fungal stage. During this period, we must always pay attention to the moisture content of the compost, focus on humidity management, and increase the moisture content of the compost from 65% to 75%. In case of windy weather, cover the canopy film tightly to prevent the fungus balls from drying out; In case of sunny and hot weather for 3-5 consecutive days and the compost is too dry, spray water or irrigate "horse race water" in time, regardless of water spraying or irrigation, after 8 o'clock in the evening.
It is worth noting that if the temperature in February is lower than in previous years, the harvesting period of the bamboo fungus that is cut and sown is not much different. There may be a high degree of overlap in the peak harvesting period. The majority of mushroom farmers should prepare drying equipment and harvesting personnel in advance to avoid being caught off guard and causing unnecessary losses.