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Black Truffle Mycelium (Tuber melanosporum)

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Black Truffle Mycelium (Tuber melanosporum)

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Tuber melanosporum, called the black truffle, Périgord truffle or French black truffle, is a species of truffle native to Southern Europe. It is one of the most expensive edible mushrooms in the world. The round, dark brown fruiting bodies (ascocarps) have a black-brown skin with small pyramidal cusps. They have

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Organic Seeds :Yes
HEIRLOOM :Yes
Handpicked seedsYes
EdibleYes
Perennial :Yes
Resistant to cold and frost :Yes

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Black Truffle Mycelium (Tuber melanosporum)

Price for Package of 60 ml.

Tuber melanosporum, called the black truffle, Périgord truffle or French black truffle, is a species of truffle native to Southern Europe. It is one of the most expensive edible mushrooms in the world.

The round, dark brown fruiting bodies (ascocarps) have a black-brown skin with small pyramidal cusps. They have a strong, aromatic smell and normally reach a size of up to 10 cm (3.9 in). Some may be significantly larger, such as a black truffle found 2012 in Dordogne with a mass of 1.277 kg (2.82 lb).

Their flesh is initially white, then dark. It is permeated by white veins which turn brown with age.[5] The spores are elliptical and measure about 22–55 µm by 20–35 µm.[3] They are dark brown and covered with large spikes.

Aroma

The fruiting bodies of the black truffle exude a scent reminiscent of undergrowth, strawberries, wet earth or dried fruit with a hint of cocoa. Their taste, which fully develops after the truffles are heated, is slightly peppery and bitter.[6] If stored at room temperature, the aromatic compounds dissipate, while storage at around the freezing point (0 °C) leads to an increased synthesis of these compounds.

The volatile compounds that contribute to the aroma and are developed by the fruiting bodies include 2-methyl-1-butanol, isoamyl alcohol, 2-methylbutyraldehyde and 3-methylbutyraldehyde, as well as traces of sulfur compounds.[6][7] One of these, dimethyl sulfide, is what attracts truffle dogs, truffle hogs and truffle flies to the fruiting bodies.[8] Several species of yeast, which produce part of the aromatic compounds, have been isolated from Tuber melanosporum and Tuber magnatum.

You will need:

Mycelium - 1 pack.

A tree in the suburban area (oak, beech or walnut).

Ready-made soil for indoor plants with a high content of peat.

Moss, leaf litter, branches.

Growing method:

Favorable time for planting mycelium "Truffle Black" - from May to August.

  1.        Under the young deciduous trees (oak, beech, walnut) dig 3 holes with a diameter of 10 cm and a depth of 15 cm near the tree along the circumference.
  1.        The wells to half the depth should be filled with a compost prepared in advance - ground with a high content of peat, then decompose the pieces of composted mycelium into the wells, at the rate of 1/3 of the package per 1 hole. Cover the hole with compost to the brim, tightly seal.
  1.        Pour 1 liter of water gently and slowly through each hole. Also, moisten the soil around the wells, but already with plenty of water - at least 1 bucket per place. The soil on the plantation should not dry up. Cover the wells with a layer of moss, leaf litter, branches.
  1.        For the winter the plantation is covered with fallen leaves or straw. The fungus grows at a depth of 25-30 cm and is usually located in nests of 5-7 pieces.

Fruiting

25-30 year.

Productivity

Usually the harvest is 25-30 Fruits per year, per season from one tree. Per 1qm 3,5-4,5 kg.

 

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