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We also have mushroom trainings and we are willing to help yung mga beginners pa lang sa mushroom production industry.

You can email jmpmushroom@yahoo.com for free files, reading materials, modules regarding mushroom cultivation.

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Milky Mushroom

Milky Mushroom


Milky mushrooms are medium to large in size with rounded caps averaging 10-14 centimeters in diameter that connect to an elongated, thick stem. The smooth, firm caps are convex when young, flattening out with age, and remain pure white through maturity. Underneath the cap, there are many white, crowded gills, and the white stem averages ten centimeters in height and has a dense, meaty consistency. Milky mushrooms are often found with multiple stems growing from a single base and do not lose their namesake color or discolor with age or handling. When cooked, Milky mushrooms are tender and chewy with a mild, oily flavor and an aroma similar to radishes. 


Wild Milky mushrooms are available in the late spring through summer, while the cultivated versions are available year-round. 

Current Facts

Milky mushrooms, botanically classified as Calocybe indica, are the only mushroom species both native to and cultivated in the hot, humid climate of India. Also known as Dhuth chatta and Swetha mushrooms, Milky mushrooms were named for their milky white color, and their name comes from the ancient Hindu language of Sanskrit where the word for white is “Sweth” or “Swetha” meaning “pure.” Milky mushrooms can still be found growing wild along roadsides and in fields and are favored for their nutrient-rich properties, long shelf life, and versatility in culinary applications. 

Nutritional Value

Milky mushrooms are an excellent source of vitamins B2, E, and A, phosphorus, potassium, and selenium, and also contain calcium, vitamin C, iron, and zinc. 


Milky mushrooms are best suited for cooked applications such as sautéing, steaming, grilling, and boiling. The thick, meaty texture of the mushroom is suitable for curries, soups, and stews, and they can be used in place of portobello mushrooms for grilled vegetable sandwiches and burgers. They can also be used in egg dishes such as omelets, on top of a pizza, or mixed into pasta, and they are popularly added to Filipino dishes such as pancit, lumpia, adobo, tinola, dinuguan, and sisig. Milky mushrooms pair well with meats such as pork, poultry, beef, and fish, shrimp, tomatoes, potatoes, carrots, bell pepper, bok choy, green beans, calamansi, papaya, malunggay leaves, cumin, coriander, curry powder, turmeric, garlic, onion, ginger, rice, and noodles. They have a long shelf life and can be kept at room temperature up to a week before they require refrigeration. When refrigerated, they will keep for an additional five days. 

Ethnic/Cultural Info

Before commercial cultivation began of Milky mushrooms, people in the eastern Indian state of West Bengal would collect the mushroom from the wild to sell at local markets. Milky mushrooms are a unique variety because most mushrooms cannot thrive in the extreme heat of the Indian climate. Milky mushrooms only grow in regions where the temperature is between 75 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit (25 to 35°C) and where the humidity is also high. They also require far less water than most other cultivated mushrooms. Milky mushrooms provide ample amounts of nutrients and are a source of income for the Indian markets. Many locals take great pride in these mushrooms as they are the first cultivated and commercially available mushroom from India. 


Milky mushrooms are native to northeastern India and were initially only found in the wild. Some evidence of early cultivation in West Bengal in the 1970s has been found, but it wasn’t until the late 1990s that the mushroom was rediscovered by Dr. Akkanna Subbiah Krishnamoorthy of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University and was commercially cultivated. Today Milky mushrooms are predominately found in local markets in India, but they can also be found in tropical regions of China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia. 

Source: specialtyproduce.com

7 Amazing Health Benefits of Oyster Mushrooms

Oyster mushrooms are a super-food that can be found almost everywhere in the world. These are one of the easiest mushrooms to grow at home or find growing in the wild. They grow most anywhere from temperate climates to tropical regions and thrive by feeding on decaying organic matter such as fallen trees.

Recent research has now established that the oyster mushroom is more than just a functional food. It is also an effective medicine well-known for its healing capabilities as compared to other medicinal mushrooms.

White oyster Mushroom

The Benefits
1. Immune System Support
One of the most significant beneficial effects to one’s health when consuming mushrooms comes from the ability of oyster mushrooms to both enhance one’s immune system as well as improve its regulation. So both those who wish to strengthen their immune system to fight cancer or infectious illnesses and those individuals suffering from autoimmune disorders or allergies can benefit.

Mushroom Production and Growing Seminar

Join to our Mushroom Production Training!

Training Schedule:

November 17, 2019 (Sunday)
November 30, 2019 (Saturday)

Contact us: 09475876070


Business and Livelihood Seminar Program focus on mushroom production growing business to create entrepreneurial opportunities for the setting up and establishment of micro, small, and medium enterprises that focuses on the commonly cultivated mushroom in the Philippines.

Our mushroom training program promotes, enhances and empowers the knowledge and business capability needs of would-be and existing agri-entrepreneurs and community groups.

Our Mushroom training seminars include spawn and culture production, Fruiting bag production, proper farm management, mushroom growing and harvesting, Mushroom pickers, mushroom processing and other related topics that are practically short-term, easy to adopt and commercialize.


Mushroom Production Seminar


(Hands on and Actual Training)

Training Schedules:

November 17, 2019 (Sunday)
November 30, 2019 (Saturday)


  1. Certificate of Attendance
  2. Whole day Seminar
  3. Hands on Training
  4. Actual Demonstration
  5. Lunch and Snacks
  6. Technical Support and Assistance
  7. Hands out / Modules
  8. Marketing Assistance


  1. Mushroom Fruiting Bags
  2. Mushroom Inoculated Bags
  3. Mushroom Mother Spawn
  4. Printed Instructions and Guide

COURSE OUTLINE: (Seminar Topics)

I - Introduction to the world of Mushrooms

  • Introduction to our company
  • Biology of Fungi
  • Ecology of Mushroom
  • Different Mushroom Variety
  • How to start Mushroom Production
  • Question and Answer

II - Mushroom Tissue Culture 
(Mushroom Pure Culture)

  • Culture Media Preparation
  • Sterilization of Culture Media
  • Process of tissue culture (Hands on procedures)
  • Incubation, Storage and Maintenance
  • Question and Answer

III - Mushroom Spawn Production (Mushroom Seeds)

  • Kinds of Grain
  • Grain Preparation and Procedures
  • Sterilization of grain
  • Inoculation Process (Hands on procedures)
  • Incubation, Storage and Maintenance
  • Multiplication of grain spawn
  • Question and Answer

IV - Mushroom Substrate (Hands on Training)

  • Different kinds of substrate
  • Biological Efficiency (BE)
  • Rice Straw and Sawdust as Substrate 
  • Preparation of different substrate mixtures
  • Composting and Management
  • Bagging and sterilization process
  • Inoculation and incubation process
  • Incubation Area and Growing Houses

V - Mushroom Growing and Harvesting

  • Mushroom growing environment
  • Mushroom pinning (primordial)
  • Mushroom growing maintenance
  • Mushroom maturity
  • Mushroom harvesting
  • Possible insect and diseases
  • Spent Substrate

VI - Business Aspect, Mushroom Marketing and Value Added Product

  • Mushroom marketing
  • Mushroom for value added products
  • Different business aspect for mushroom
  • Sample business startup

VII -  Awarding and Freebies

  • Certificate for Mushroom Production Training
  • Awarding of Mushroom Starter Kits
  • Mushroom Growing Bags
  • Mushroom Spawn
  • Modules and Hands out
  • Instructional Procedures

Note: Please bring USB or Flash drive to get a copy of presentation

Php. 3,000 pesos - Regular Rate
Php. 2,500 pesos - Early-bird Rate


Pay in full before the seminar schedule and avail our early bird rate of Php 2,500 per head (Regular rate: Php 3,000 per head) which will comprise meals during the training, handouts and all necessary materials.

i.    Pay in before the seminar and avail our early bird rate of Php 2,500.00 only.
ii.  Payments on the day of the seminar must be on cash basis only.
iii. Walk in participants shall pay the regular rate.
iv.  Upon payment, proof must be forwarded through email, viber or messenger
v.    Proof of payments (original deposit slip) shall be required for presentation on the day of the schedule.


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You may also send us SMS via smart mobile number 
09475876070 or call office landline number (02) 9641544. 

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You may also visit our business office address

Farmchoice Agribusiness Enterprise, 
Block 1 Lot 9 Luke street, Del Mundo Village, 
Brgy. Llano Caloocan City. 

send us an email through jmpmushroom@yahoo.com

Happy Mushroom Growing!!!

Reishi Mushroom

Reishi - The Heavy Hitter That Does It All (or almost)

This species of mushroom looks like a big white and brown flower made of wood. It is loaded with ganoderic acid, which is known to help reduce cholesterol and also lower high blood pressure. Reishi, which is known as “Lingzhi” in Chinese, has been revered in Asian societies for thousands of years and is one of the oldest symbols of well-being and longevity, historically only consumed by royalty.

It has strong immune boosting powers and is revered as an antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-cancer fighting fungus. And there’s plenty of research to back up these claims: a 2009 study in Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry conducted in Taiwan demonstrated that reishi contained unique polysaccharides that promote longevity by boosting immune system function and preventing abnormal blood vessel formations that could lead to life-threatening cancerous growths.




Grow your own mushroom at home..

Fully inoculated bag of nutrient medium
Allows you to grow mushrooms at home
Brings great fun in the growing process

Contact Hotline:
 (02) 503-0362

Mushroom pinning

Mushroom start to grow

Oyster white mushrooms

Ready to harvest mushrooms

gray oyster mushroom

Fully grown oyster mushroom


Contact hotline for mushroom growing bags:
 (02) 503-0362

JMP Mushroom Gallery