ACTINO supplement improves productivity by cohabiting with the mushroom roots and improving the absorption of nutrients in the environment. In other words, instead of being a nutritious food for the mushroom (as all the existing supplements are), it is a feeding factor and helps the mushroom absorb more nutrients from the substrate. It can be applied either to the compost at the time of Phase II composting or applied to the surface of compost at the time of Spawn Run and mix it with a small amount of the surface compost



How to apply the bio-supplement

Bacterial biosupplements are applied to mushroom farms as a way to improve the growth and quality of the mushrooms. Bacterial biosupplements contain beneficial bacteria that can promote the growth of mycelium, the vegetative part of the mushroom. This can lead to an increase in the size and quality of the mushrooms, as well as an improvement in the overall health of the growing environment.

The application of a bacterial biosupplement typically involves adding the supplement to the growing substrate or directly to the mycelium. The process may vary depending on the specific product and growing method, but the goal is to ensure that the beneficial bacteria are evenly distributed throughout the growing environment.

ACINO Supplement acts as a stimulant for transferring nutrients from the compost to the mushroom. It also contributes to decomposition of the cellulose and lignin cellulose by producing enzymes and it provides the necessary nutrients for mycelium. Farmers can use either of the following methods to apply ACTINO supplement to their mushroom farms:

Method 1: Add ACTINO supplement to the compost at the time of Phase II composting

Dosage: 500 g of ACTINO Supplement for 100 Kg of Compost

Method 2:  Apply ACTINO supplement to the surface of compost at the time of Sapwn Run and mix it with a small amount of the surface compost

Dosage:  200 g of ACTINO Supplement for 1 Square Meter of area

Once applied, the bacterial biosupplement will work to establish a symbiotic relationship with the growing mushroom culture. The beneficial bacteria can provide a number of benefits, including improved nutrient uptake, improved disease resistance, and an increase in overall productivity.

It is important to follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer when applying a bacterial biosupplement, as the conditions in which the supplement is applied can affect its effectiveness. Proper storage, handling, and application of the product are key to achieving the desired results.