In the two key periods of bamboo fungus growth: mycelium stage and mycoccus stage, the key points of field management technology are as follows:
10 days after sowing, check the germination and feeding situation of the strains. If dead seeds are found, find out the cause and replant them in time. For the exposed cultivation materials, replenish the covering soil in time. At the same time, pay attention to clearing the ditch to prevent water accumulation.
When the mycelium is covered with the soil layer and climbs the soil surface or is about to climb the soil surface, choose a sunny day to use herbicides for weeding.
Build a Shade
Generally, after weeding in the field, when the mycelium climbs up the soil surface and grows to the mountainside on both sides of the ditch, a shade shed is built on the border surface. During this period, if the weather is sunny, hot, and high, the time to build the awning can be appropriately advanced; if it is raining and low temperature, it can be appropriately delayed. In short, the construction of the shade shed should not be delayed in time, and the shade net should be 4 needles.
Bacterial stage management
Around the beginning of May, bamboo fungus enters the fungal ball stage. During this period, we must always pay attention to the water content of the culture material, focus on humidity management, and increase the water content of the culture material from 65% to 75%. In case of windy weather, cover the shed tightly to prevent the fungus from drying out; In case of 3-5 consecutive days of sunny and hot weather, and the culture material is too dry, it is necessary to spray water or irrigate "horse water" in time. No matter whether it is watering or irrigation, it should be carried out after 8 pm.
It is worth noting that because the temperature in February this year was lower than that of previous years, the harvesting period of the bamboo fungus that was sown from year to year was not much different, and the peak harvesting period may have a high degree of overlap. The majority of mushroom farmers should prepare drying equipment and harvesters in advance, so as not to be caught off guard and cause unnecessary losses.