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Abstract

Mycelial growth of on sterilized compost is strongly stimulated by pre-incubating the compost with the thermophilic fungus This stimulatory effect is not species specific, for either or Normal mushroom compost is almost completely colonized with In experimental composts a positive relation was found between the logarithm of mushroom yield of and the density of provides for compost selectivity: it protects against negative effects of compost bacteria on mycelial growth of is inactivated by the growth of mycelium.

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