By ABBY LU (Sunday Metro), year 2011 Though the mushroom season is almost over, there are many varieties available all-year round, including locally cultivated ones. Sunday Metro visits a mushroom farm near the Sepang Gold Coast to find out more about the amazing fungus. MUSHROOMS are known to be a seasonal food that is aplenty
Seeking short trip for the family? GanoFarm MUST go! GanoFarm Homestay provides more than just accommodation, it is also an important Malaysian based mushroom research company that cultivates, researches and develops, manufactures, markets fresh mushrooms and mushroom- based products. Oyster Mushroom, Monkey Head Mushroom, Lingzhi Mushroom, Black Jelly Mushroom, you name it, we have it.
ABALONE MUSHROOM Abalone oyster mushroom (Pleurotus Cystidiosus) is a related species cultivated in Taiwan and exported as the abalone mushroom, named for its resemblance to the large adductor muscle of the abalone (a shellfish). Scientific name: Pleurotus cystidiosus Other names: Maple Oyster Mushroom, Miller’s Oyster Mushroom Characteristics: (i) Irregular-shaped cap that convexes or shapes like a
BLACK JELLY MUSHROOM Black Jelly Mushroom known as the Jew’s Ear, Jelly Ear. The mushroom can be found throughout the year in temperate regions worldwide, where it grows upon both dead and living wood. Scientific name: Auricularia polytricha Other names: Wood ear mushroom, Black jelly mushroom, Muk nge Characteristics: (1) Ear-shaped gelatinous cup fungus