THE EFFECT OF SUBSTRATE INFESTATION WITH Trichoderma ISOLATES ON YIELDING OF Pholiota nameko (T. Ito) S. Ito et Imai

Marek Siwulski

Poznań University of Life Sciences

Krzysztof Sobieralski

Poznań University of Life Sciences

Jolanta Lisiecka

Poznań University of Life Sciences

Lidia Błaszczyk

Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Science, Poznań

Dorota Frużyńska-Jóźwiak

Poznań University of Life Sciences

Romuald Górski

Poznań University of Life Sciences

Iwona Sas-Golak

Poznań University of Life Sciences



Abstract

Green moulds caused by Trichoderma result in considerable losses in the growing of several species of cultivated and medicinal mushrooms. Pholiota nameko is
a mushroom species well-known in many Asian countries. The aim of the studies was to determine the effect of substrate infestation with Trichoderma isolates on yielding of P. nameko. The experiment was conducted on four strains of P. nameko, i.e. PN01, PN04, PN05 and PN06. The substrate was infested with isolate T361, belonging to the species T. aggressivum f. europaeum and isolate Th14/5, belonging to the species T. harzianum. Infestation of the substrate with both isolates of Trichoderma resulted in a reduction of yield in the analysed strains of P. nameko. A markedly greater yield reduction was caused by infestation with isolate T361 than isolate Th14/5. Infestation of the substrate with the analysed Trichoderma isolates to a slight extent influenced mean weight of fruiting bodies
in P. nameko and their morphological traits, such as cap diameter, and stem length and diameter. Substrate infestation with Trichoderma isolates had no effect on dry matter content of carpophores.

Keywords:

green moulds, carpophores, morphological traits, dry matter

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2013-02-28



Marek Siwulski 
Poznań University of Life Sciences
Krzysztof Sobieralski 
Poznań University of Life Sciences
Jolanta Lisiecka 
Poznań University of Life Sciences
Lidia Błaszczyk 
Institute of Plant Genetics, Polish Academy of Science, Poznań
Dorota Frużyńska-Jóźwiak 
Poznań University of Life Sciences
Romuald Górski 
Poznań University of Life Sciences
Iwona Sas-Golak 
Poznań University of Life Sciences



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