Production of Edible Mushroom

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Production of Edible Mushroom Volvariella Volvacea Using Rice Hull and Dried Water Hyacinth Leaves A Thesis Proposal Presented to the Faculty and Staff of Honorato C. Perez Sr. Memorial Science High School Mabini Ext. Cabanatuan City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Subject Research By: Dela Cruz, Monica Joy T. Tome, Meggie B. Wong, Vianca Camille P. THE PROBLEM AND IT'S BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION Mushroom is the popular name for any of the larger fleshy fungi, mostly of the class Basidiomycetes. A mushroom is not a complete fungus plant instead; it is for spore producing fruiting body that develops from an extensive mass of fine threads present in the ground or the substrate on which the fungus grows. Most…show more content…
If the outcome of the study proves to be successful, it will provide people with additional source of food using waste product. To The Researchers: It helps the researchers to progress, utilize their skills and knowledge regarding the study. To The Community: As a member of the society, this study aims to produce additional source of nutritious food to the community. To The Environment: To use by-products like rice hull and dried water hyacinth leaves in producing edible mushroom without harming the environment. There are lots of sources of it everywhere. To The Future Researchers: To enhance the study more for them to find another alternative substrate in which they will try to produce the same, even a different type of mushroom. SCOPES AND LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY The study entitled “Production of Edible Mushroom Volvariella Volvacea Using Rice Hull and Dried Water Hyacinth Leaves” will be executed at Bicos Rizal, Nueva Ecija by a group of students from Honorato C. Perez Sr. Memorial Science High School.. This study primarily deals with the use of rice hull and dried water hyacinth leaves as a bed in where the mushrooms will grow. This study is limited to the possibility of producing edible mushrooms specifically Volvariella Volvaceae using rice hull and dried water hyacinth leaves. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Mushrooms are of the fungi family
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