In recent decades, people gradually recognized the growth patterns of edible fungi and improved the ancient production methods relying on the natural transmission of spores and mycelium. Artificially cultivated mycelium of cultivated species accelerated the propagation speed of edible fungi and the possibility of high yield. Some countries have also built factories that produce more than 1,000 tons of fresh mushrooms per year. In 1950, the world's large-scale cultivation of edible fungi was about 5 categories, and the output was about 70,000 tons. In some countries in Western Europe that produce mushrooms, the average yield per square meter of cultivated area was about 2,000 grams. By 1980, the cultivated species had exceeded 12 species, and the output was about 1.21 million tons. In some countries, the output per square meter has risen to 27 kg. In recent years, a family of mushrooms for both ornamental and food use has been developed, as well as a technology for the liquid fermentation of mycelium to produce food additives. China's widely cultivated edible fungi include mushrooms, mushrooms, straw mushrooms, fungus, white fungus, oyster mushroom, oyster mushroom, etc. In 1982, the total output was about 150,000 tons, and they were in control of breeding and breeding varieties, improved seed production, and cultivation techniques. Based on this, the rate of development of edible fungi is rapidly increasing. Scientists predict that edible fungus will become one of the major protein foods for humans in the 21st century.
In 2005, the total output of edible fungi in China reached 12 million tons, ranking first in the world. The mushroom industry has become an important industry in China's planting industry. The largest edible fungus production base in the country is Gutian County, which has a large amount of edible fungi and the highest export volume in the country. It is the capital of edible fungus in China. In particular, Tremella (white fungus) production accounts for 90% of the country. Although China is the country with the largest edible mushroom production, the annual per capita consumption is less than 0.5 kg. In the United States, the average person is 1.5 kg per person. In Japan, the average person is 3 kg per year. The annual per capita consumption in China is quite different from that of some countries in the world. According to the data provided by the customs, the export volume of edible fungi in 2001, 2002, and 2003 were 476,000 tons, 380,000 tons, and 430,000 tons respectively, and the foreign exchange exchange was respectively 600 million U.S. dollars, 460 million U.S. dollars, and 6. With 200 million U.S. dollars, the export volume is close to one-twentieth compared with the total volume. The per capita consumption of foreign edible fungi is increasing at a rate of 13 percent each year, and there is a large space for foreign markets to open up. The per capita consumption of edible fungi in the Mainland is less than one tenth of that in Hong Kong, so the domestic market has great potential. According to a survey, the annual edible mushroom production in Beijing is 150,000 tons. Calculated according to a fixed population of 15 million people, each person can only eat about 10 kilograms of edible fungi each year, far from meeting people's needs. Affected by this global financial crisis, it is even more necessary for the domestic market to increase publicity and industrial integration, expand consumer groups, increase total consumption in order to stimulate production; the key to the international market is to improve the quality of products at all levels in order to increase the international market. Share of share.
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