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Mushroom Training at Nairobi

Mushroom cultivation is cheap as it requires little space and simple structures. Silah Serem at his grass-thatched mud-walled hut where he grows mushrooms in Ng‘enyilel, Nandi County. [PHOTO: ELIUD KIPSANG/STANDARD]

Farmers are invited to a Mushroom farming training that will take place on the 7th of December 2019 from 9 am to 5 pm at Mushroom Kenya headquarters at Karen Village, Karen at a cost of Ksh3,000 per farmer.

Mushroom farming has since become a worth it venture as mushrooms gain superfood status due to its nutritional value.

However, the process of growing mushrooms requires a lot of attention; as they are grown under special conditions that call for the control of temperature, humidity, lighting, fresh air and more.

Mushroom farming training in Kenya by us is an exclusive program that is set to answer all your questions regarding mushroom farming in Kenya from start to market aspect of it. The trainers are experienced and they will guide you on detailed step by step from structures to marketing at our farms Karen.

Some of the aspects that the training will cover are:-
1. Mushroom farming overview
2. Cost of production
3. Structure design
4. Preparing compost
5. Substrate preparation and mixing ratios
6. Sterilization/pasteurization (decontamination) of substrate
7. Inoculation (spawning) and conditions
8. Incubation
9. Maintaining conditions
10. Soil casing
11. Management
12. Fruiting process
13. Storage
14. Marketing
15. Challenges in production and marketing
16. Cooking preparation recipe
There is a 10% discount for a group of 3 people and above.
For reservations, book your space online from the Ticket link or through the link below:

For inquiries or directions, the contact details are +254 735 803 239 or 0705210033.

From town, you pick matatu no 111 heading to Ngong through Karen and alight at Jogoo stage then ask for directions at either gate of Karen village and you will be guided to the farm.

 Source: Mushroom Kenya.

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