mushrooms production

branza_2Mushrooms grown in the same room for a few or even a few dozen years are a typical example of a monoculture. In consequence, they are exposed to many pathogens which cause diseases and damage the crop. This is largely caused by unsatisfactory hygiene standards. The cardinal rule of mushroom growing states that you should prevent and react to the first symptoms of infection. The climate inside mushroom-growing cellars favours not only the development of mushrooms, but also other fungi and mould that can destroy the crop. This is why an adequate hygiene level in the course of the entire growing cycle, and thorough disinfection after the end of the cycle, are so important. Inter-lodex offers a wide range of cleaning and disinfection products that, appropriately used, ensure the safety and hygiene of the crop, and guarantee high productivity.