Cultivation of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms.

  title={Cultivation of edible ectomycorrhizal mushrooms.},
  author={Ian R Hall and Wang Yun and Antonella Amicucci},
  journal={Trends in biotechnology},
  volume={21 10},
The edible mycorrhizal mushrooms include some of the world’s most expensive foods and have a global market measured in US$ billions. Despite this, few have been cultivated with any degree of success, and certainly not in volumes that are likely to reverse the catastrophic declines in production that have occurred over the past 100 years. The main obstacles to their cultivation are their need to be associated with a host plant to successfully grow and fruit, contamination with other… CONTINUE READING
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