In mushroom growing there are many roads that lead to Rome. The key question is not which road you take but why you take it. This question is often difficult to answer. The answer will give you an understanding of your composting and growing processes and how to improve them. I guide you through all this with courses, e-learning, and advice. And together we discover ways of improving your bottom line. Because that is ultimately what it is all about.
E-learning in combination with live training: more effective and efficient learning. Our new learning solution offers (mobile) e-learning products in our Mushroom Online Study Centre, combined with live training (classroom or by skype).
Mushroom growing is not an exact science. To learn how you can see, understand and act to mushroom signals in the right way is an art. And this art can be mastered. The process of successful mushroom growing starts with a proper assessment of raw materials needed for optimal compost. When it comes to mushroom growing, it is the challenge that you react adequately to changing growth circumstances in order to achieve a good or even better growth result. ‘Mushroom Signals’ will show you how to put this into daily practice. Mushroom Signals is available in the English, Dutch, Chinese, Russian and Polish language.
Mushroom growers or composters like you are kept busy with the daily running of your farm or compost yard. This blog offers you plenty of handy tips. Maybe some of the tips are familiar, or describe quite logical situations. But there may also be some situations you have never really thought about before.
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Mushroom Office developed in cooperation with publisher Roodbont a Mushroom Online Study Centre for transferring valuable mushroom knowledge!
It combines online learning with classroom learning and on farm-learning. This will significantly improve the course efficiency, control and insight in the participants’ learning progress. And most important: participants will still have the real-life, interactive contact with the teacher/trainer. This new blended learning approach will provide your success for the future!