Growth and Yield Performance of Three Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus Spp.) Species Using Fresh and Tissue Grain Spawns

  • May Shell Echavez Tumilap

Abstract

Oyster mushroom cultivation has great potential since it requires limited space, low initial investment and the raw materials used are cheap and easy to acquire. The objectives of the study was to compare the growth performance of three oyster mushroom species using fresh and tissue grain spawns; determine the yield of fresh and tissue grain spawns; determine the interaction effect of the three oyster mushroom species using fresh and tissue grain spawns and determine the cost and return analysis of three oyster mushroom species using fresh and tissue grain spawn. It was conducted at Research Center for Hillyland Development (RCHD), Lanise, Claveria, Misamis Oriental. It was laid-out in 2 x 3 Factorial in CRD with two kinds of different grain spawn as Factor A and three different oyster mushroom species as Factor B. Results revealed that Treatment 1 (combination of Tissue Grain Spawn and Dae Pung species) gave countless results compared to others with 6 days to pinhead formation, biggest diameter cap of 27.79mm, heaviest weight of each flush and three major flush with 15.02 and 38.32 grams respectively. The results also showed that this combination got the highest yield and net income of 287.63 grams and P1, 094.45 respectively.

References

Abdellah, M.M.F., M.F., Emara and T.F. Mohammady, 2000. One field interpanting of oyster mushroom with Cabbage and its effect on the subsequent eggplant crop. Ann. Hortic. Sci. Cario, 45: 281-293.
Banik, S. and R. Nandi, Effect of supplementation of rice straw with biogas residual slurry manure on the yield, protein and mineral contents of oyster mushroom, Ind. Crops Prod. 20 (2004) 311–319
Bellettini, M. B., Fiorda, F. A. F., Maieves, H. A., Teixeira, G. L., Avila, S., Hornung, P. S., … Ribani, R. H. (2015). Factors affecting mushroom Pleurotus spp. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sjbs.2016.12.005
Biswas, P., Ahmad, A., Ahmed, K. U., Hossain, A., Hamja, A., & Haque, M. (2016). Yield of Oyster Mushroom ( Pleurotus Ostreatus ) Influenced by Different Sawdust Substrate, 6(12), 291–296.
Chang, S.T. World production of cultivated and medicinal mushrooms in 1997 with emphasis on Lentinus edodes (Berk.) Sing, China, Int. J. Med. Mush. 1 (1999) 291–300
D.J. Royse, Influence of spawn rate and commercial de- layed release nutrient levels on Pleurotus cornucopiae (oys- ter mushroom) yield, size and time to production, Appl. Microbiol. Biotechnol. 58 (2002) 527–531.
Elamastas M, Isildak O, Turkekul I, Temur N. Determination of antioxidant activity and antioxidant compounds in wild edible mushrooms. J. food compos. Anal. 2007; 20:337-345.
Gupta, A., & Sharma, P. (2014). Comparative study of different grains on spawn development of Pleurotus sajor caju (Fr.) Singer . International Journal of Plant Siences, 9(1), 190–192.
Khare, K. B., Achwanya, O. S., Mutuku, J. M., Gathuru, E. M., & Ombiri, J. (2006). Development and Biotechnology of Pleurotus Mushroom Cultivation. Egerton Journal of Science and Technology, 68–86. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/93
Manpreet K, Giridhar S, Khanna PK. In vitro and in vivo antioxidant potentials of Pleurotus florida in experimental animals. Mushroom Res. 2004; 13:21-26.
Nayana J, Janardhanan KK. Antioxidant and antitumour activity of Pleurotus florida. Curr. Sci. 2000; 79:941943.
Oei, P. (2005). Agrodok 40 Small-scale mushroom cultivation oyster, shiitake and wood ear mushrooms.
Rashad M, Abdou HM, Mahmuoud AE, Nooman MU. Nutritional analysis and enzymes activities of Pleurotus ostreatus cultivated on Citrus limonium and Carica papaya wastes. Aus. J. Basic App. Sci. 2009; 3(4):33523360
Shah, Z. A., M. Ashraf and Ch. Ishtiq, Comparative study on cultivation and yield performance of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) on different substrates (Wheat straw, Leaves, saw dust). Pak. J. Nutri., 3, 2004, 158-160.
Sharma, S., Yadav, R. K. P., & Pokhrel, C. P. (2013). Growth and Yield of Oyster mushroom ( Pleurotus ostreatus ) on different substrates, 2(1), 3–8.
Training manual on mushroom cultivation technology. (2009). In United Nations - Nations Unies Economic and Social Commissions For Asia And The Pacific Asian (pp. 1–65). Retrievedfromhttp://scholar.google.com/scholar?hl=en&btnG=Search&q=intitle:Training+Manual+on+Mushroom+Cultivation+Technology#0
Won-Sik Kong. (2004).Descriptions of Commercially Important Pleurotus Species. Mushroom Grower’s Handbook 1. Pages 54-61.
Published
2021-07-01
How to Cite
SHELL ECHAVEZ TUMILAP, May. Growth and Yield Performance of Three Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus Spp.) Species Using Fresh and Tissue Grain Spawns. Asian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences, [S.l.], v. 2, n. 2, p. 57-64, july 2021. Available at: <https://myjms.mohe.gov.my/index.php/ajfas/article/view/14053>. Date accessed: 24 oct. 2021.
Section
Articles