Most of the wild mushrooms live associated with the roots of trees, in a symbiosis called mycorrhiza. Our company has developed biotechnological procedures to establish and enhance these associations between some important market fungi and some woods.
99% of the tree species are mycorrhyza dependent. Therefore, being able to infect their roots with selected fungi will improve tree fitness as well as provide you a new income from the mushroom fruiting every autumn.
With the proposed technology, truffles (black truffle, bianchetto), boletus, porcini and saffron milk cap mushrooms can be cultivated in forests.