“Pecurka” company from Podnovlje has to offer just one product, namely:
|Product Name||CHAMPIGNON – Agaricus Bisporus||R. br. 01|
|Reference regulation||In accordance of Food Law of B&H 50/04, and Law on Food of the Republic of Srpska,|
|Composition||Description of production process||Packaging||Usage period|
|100 g of raw champignons is approximately consisted of 26 kcal/109 kJ, of which 2.5% are proteins, 0.2% fats and about 5.1% carbohydrates.
Types of carbohydrates found in champignons are glucan, inulin, and pectic substances.
- riboflavin (40% of the recommended daily intake), – niacin (30% of the recommended daily intake).
oxalic, phosphoric acid
There are significant amounts of potassium and selenium.
|Upon receipt of compost, and check its temperature, it is stored in the prepared mushroom farms, where, within 1-2 days opens briquette. Then comes the incubation stage (up to 14 days), in the case of two-phase application of compost or covers, in the case of three-phase compost. In this period of incubation following parameters has to be taken care: relative humidity (95%), CO2 content (from 3000-4000 ppm) and the compost temperature (25C). The high concentration of CO2 is one of the conditions for optimum root penetration of mycelium through the cover. Cover has to be wetting by the prescribed guidelines of the responsible person in the production not to allow its dry or too fast mycelium growth because of possible intergrowths mycelium covers low humidity. Intergrowths of mycelium in the cover at a depth of 2 / 3, performs the operation of raking and thus allows a more balanced development of mycelium in covers which stimulates the development of champignons. After raking it takes two to three days to reconnect the mycelium. The conditions of temperature, humidity and CO2 content to remain the same until generative stage – fructification, that is, cooling and the formation of fruit. Fructification comes out from the changing of microclimatic conditions in farms where the ventilation system helps to reduce air temperature and relative humidity in the premise. CO2 content was also reduced from 3000 ppm to 1000 ppm because it is one of the prerequisites for the formation of mushrooms. The next phase is picking or so called first wave, after which the compost is irrigated with a fungicide. For 7-8 days the second wave performs. After harvest mushrooms weigh, and if necessary, packed in PVC pelvis, cooled and distributed.||PVC pelvis or bulk||7 days under controlled conditions at a temperature of 4 C|