White Mushrooms
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White Mushrooms

White Mushrooms

The mushrooms in Agaricus are terrestrial saprobes, and have fleshy caps with a dry, bare or scaly surface. The gills, initially pink and at maturity dark brown, are free from the stem and of a regular trama.
The stems of many types of Agaricus bear an attached ring. The spores are circular or elliptic, smooth, without an apical germ pore. The spore print is brown.

Packaging:

  • 3 kg (25-40 mm, 40-60 mm).
  • 2 kg (60-100 mm).
  • 4 x 500g (40-60 mm szalka), 6 x 250g (25-40 mm scale pan).
  • 2,5 kg – 2,72 kg (25-35mm, 35-45 mm, 45-60 mm)

 

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