Keyword: mycosilviculture

In the Modenese Apennine (Italy), since the interest towards traditional forest products (as firewood) is declining, also the active forest management is strongly decreasing,
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In 2008, we installed 14 mushroom inventory plots of 100 m2 size in Pinus pinaster forests. The plots were selected to include a range
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Research on hypogeous fungi is a project carried out by the Croatian Forest Research Institute in cooperation with the County of Varaždin and the
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The objectives of the Krka National Park hypogeous fungi research project are: (1) To determine the diversity of hypogeous macro-fungi in forest ecosystems of
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In the last 15 years, there has been a strong interest in truffles in Greece due to high market prices and the ability to
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The EMI’s mission is to support the wild edible mushrooms sector in Europe. The EMI’s origin relies on: a) the lack of data and
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Enhancement of Croatian forest ecosystem services through assessment of fungal diversity based on DNA barcoding is a four-year project financed by the Croatian Science
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The purpose of the study was to develop empirical models for predicting the fresh weight yield of the target species Boletus edulis, one of
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 The BIJOU project objectives are the following ones : Development of molecular tools to identify the origin of truffles, the stage of maturity, in correlation
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The main purpose of the project is the development of sylviculture combining wood and fungal production. It also consists in developing, testing and popularizing
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