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Vietnam’s mushroom market very promising as family incomes climb

VietNamNet Bridge - High-quality, made-in-Vietnam products are also becoming better known to consumers.

Vietnam’s mushroom cultivation declines due to poor technology use

Vietnam has rich by-product sources that could be used to grow mushrooms. However, the country is losing its competitive edge as the domestic market is flooded with mushroom imports.

Demand soars as Vietnam becomes big mushroom importer

About 20 million tons of mushroom are consumed every year worldwide. In Vietnam, the demand for mushrooms as food and medicinal purposes has been increasing rapidly.

The scientists who grow special varieties of oyster, lingzhi mushrooms

Established in 2014, the Center for Edible and Medicinal Herb Research & Training has received recognition for the PN1 oyster mushroom and GA2 lingzhi mushroom from the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.

Private labs coming into their own

 VietNamNet Bridge – Dr Nguyen Thi Chinh, a leading researcher in mushroom cultivation and fibrous tissue production, has a laboratory in her own house.

Students grow mushrooms on cotton waste waste

VietNamNet Bridge - RSL, a group of students from the environment faculty of Da Nang University of Technology, has successfully used cotton waste to grow mushrooms.

Mushroom used in Chinese medicine 'slows weight gain'

 A mushroom used for centuries in Chinese medicine reduces weight gain in animals, say researchers in Taiwan.

New species of mushroom discovered in Lam Dong

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese scientists have discovered a new species of Phallus mushrooms in the Bidoup - Nui Ba National Park in the central highland province of Lam Dong.