Most mushroom farms in the world are looking for solutions to make mushroom harvesting easier and faster. They buy modern picking trolleys, tilting and moving shelves, implement new motivational systems, and even invent robots.
One of the toughest jobs when it comes to mushroom picking is separation work. It takes a lot of time and yields very few kilograms per hour. Besides this, it demands a lot of experience from harvesters.
We can achieve less separation work by using the right mushroom strain. There are strains on the market that give fewer pins, but they normally affect the overall yield, not in a good way.
The new strain Exxcalibur from Amycel promises to allow much less separation while keeping the yields high!
Listen to the interview with John Clay, Sales Director of Amycel in Europe, who explains how it works and where it is already available to buy in Europe.
As John Clay explains in his interview, the new strain Exxcalibur means:
– Fewer clumps
– Easier and faster separation
– Better formation of generations than all existing strains in the world
– +5kg per hour for picking rates.
Questions to John Clay asked by Maksym Yenchenko, Amycel representative and UMDIS Mushroom Information Agency’s director.
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