[Effects and Functions of Artificial Ganoderma]_ Necessarily _ Effect

[Effects and Functions of Artificial Ganoderma]_ Necessarily _ Effect

The so-called artificial ganoderma is a kind of ganoderma artificially cultivated in the Academy of Agricultural Sciences, and these artificial ganoderma are artificially cultivated varieties placed in Dapeng.

Generally, the growth period of artificial ganoderma is 3 months, which is much shorter than that of wild ganoderma in the wild. Because of this, many people will ask whether artificial ganoderma is the same as wild ganoderma.What is the role?

What are the effects and functions of artificial ganoderma: 1. Varieties: Artificially cultivated ganoderma varieties. In terms of scale, the main varieties are red ganoderma and purple ganoderma. Other ganoderma varieties have not been studied very much, and they have not reached the scale of cultivation technology.

For example, perennial strains such as Pingga Ganoderma lucidum, which has a strong pharmacological effect, and perennial fungi such as pine needles, have few large-scale artificial cultivation and development. However, with the development of technology, the artificial cultivation and development of other varieties of Ganoderma is not difficult!

2. The strains are degraded. The crops that are not as effective as the first generation of crops are continuously cultivated (continuous cropping is prohibited in agricultural production), the varieties will be degraded, virus diseases are prone to occur, and it is difficult to grow the same quality.Variety!

At present, it is the hometown of Ganoderma lucidum, but at present the bacteria used in the Ganoderma lucidum industry have serious problems such as serious variety degradation and quality degradation.

At present, higher quality Ganoderma lucidum strains are mainly introduced in Japan and South Korea, and they will also degrade after a few years, which is extremely mismatched with parts of the major Ganoderma lucidum countries.

Wild Ganoderma lucidum breeds through spores. Ganoderma spores have a certain sex: a1, a2, b1, b2. Only mating spores of two different sexes (a1 and b2, a2, and b2) can produce fruiting bodies.This is a manifestation of the rule of elimination of nature’s superiority and inferiority, and also guarantees the breeding of worrying Ganoderma strains.

The artificial cultivation of Ganoderma lucidum mainly adopts asexual propagation, that is, the cultivation of the mycelium through the division of the mycelium, the division of the mycelium, and the breeding of more bacteria, and the mating process is not required.

Asexual reproduction from generation to generation, like the marriage of close relatives of humans, will inevitably lead to the degradation of bacteria.

And some artificial ganoderma are fermented and cultured by industrial methods. The quality problem is really not high!