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PRODUCTIVITY AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF PLEUROTUS SPP. ON WHEAT STRAW AND ITS EFFECTS ON NUTRITIONAL INDICES OF SPENT STRAW

Article Id: ARCC2520 | Page : 1 - 5
Citation :- PRODUCTIVITY AND NUTRITIVE VALUE OF PLEUROTUS SPP. ON WHEAT STRAW AND ITS EFFECTS ON NUTRITIONAL INDICES OF SPENT STRAW.Agricultural Science Digest.2008.(28):1 - 5
V.K. Mandhare, A.V. Suryawanshi and S.N. Mate
Address : Seed Technology Research Unit, Mahatma Phule Krishi Vidyapeeth, Rahuri-413 722, India

Abstract

The yield of Pleurotus eous was highest on wheat straw (850 g/kg dry straw). Pleurotus eous contained highest protein (30.45 %). Phosphorus content in P. eous was highest (1150 mg/ 100 g) while potassium and sodium were more in P. sajor-caju i.e. 2280 and 320 mg/100 g respectively. The lysine content of P. fabellatus was highest (7.5 mg/100mg), while riboflavin was more in P. sajor-caju (46.1 mg/100). The protein content in spent straw increased two fold. There was reduction in cellulose (29.85-37.46%), hemicellulose (36.84-58.42%), lignin content (26.29-31.45 %) and polyphenol (37.5-50.00 mg/100g) in spent straw.

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