Delphy Mushrooms (“Dutch Mushroom School”) is proud to present you our new Short Course “Growing Edible Mushrooms”. During this course all aspects of growing with sterilized and pasteurized substrates will be dealt with. A unique opportunity to get informed about the latest developments, to expand your knowledge and to get new contacts in the edible mushroom business. The course will be directed by Niek de Ligt and Jan Gielen with guest lectures from experienced edible mushroom growers and substrate producers.
This course is meant for workers of an edible mushroom farm, (starting) self-employed persons and farm and/or substrate facility managers.
Good working knowledge of the English language is required to make the most of this course.
The course combines theory and practice of growing other edible mushrooms like e.g. Shiitake (Lentinus edodes), Grey oyster (Pleurotus ostreatus),
King oyster (Pleurotus eryngii), Nameko (Pholiota nameco), Pioppiono (Agrocybe agearita) and Maitake (Grifola frondosa). Many subjects will be practically explained.
We will visit spawn and substrate suppliers, technical companies and several edible mushroom farms during the course. The official language is English.
Contents of the course
Please find attached the Flyer Growing Edible Mushrooms 2019 with more information and the general program about the course.
The course fee will be Euro 1150,- (excl. VAT) per person (including 1st day course opening dinner, lunch and transport related to the course).
Duration of the course
The short course lasts 4 days and will be organised from
Delphy Mushrooms HORST, THE NETHERLANDS
Delphy Mushrooms AMMERZODEN/KERKDRIEL, THE NETHERLANDS
If you are interested to participate in this course don’t wait too long (especially when you need a Visa)
For the short course GROWING EDIBLE MUSHROOMS enrolment is possible until 29 April or until a maximum number (16) of participants is reached.
Delphy Mushrooms P.O Box 6207 – 5960 AE Horst, The Netherlands
T: +31 77 398 7500 F: +31 77 398 4160 E: firstname.lastname@example.org