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Figure 6. A fruiting body of cultivated Fistulina hepatica.

Figure 6. A fruiting body of cultivated Fistulina hepatica.

the forest, known as the laying yard. Choice of site is very important; if it is too moist, the natural wood-decaying competitors are favored and the crop is reduced or even lost altogether. The best laying yards are usually in well-ventilated clearings or positions at the edge of the forest. The logs themselves are placed crosswise at a slight angle to the ground.

Another method is cultivation in a polypropylene bag or space bag containing sterilized sawdust and rice bran (9:1 vol/vol) with a moisture of ca. 65%. The primordia are produced after one week when the plastic bags are opened and the humidity is kept at ca. 80 to 90%. This method is efficient for commercial cultivation and is now the major method in Taiwan and Japan (5).

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