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The production of truffles in these holes can begin after the second or third year. In recently created forest terrains, a period of two years should be respected with some intermediate crop grown, for example cereal, before undertaking the planting, in order to clean as much as possible the soil of fungi that could compete with the truffle.

Introducing the most appropriate mix for an early and sustained truffle production can generate greater profits for the truffle grower.

It contains the same ingredients as the type A inoculant substrate manaul with some additional organic materials vegetal remains, earthworm humus, leonardite, etc. At the same time, they are a very important natural resource from the tguficultura perspective.

Furthermore, the truffle was a big unknown and those who had heard of it associated it with mwnual woodlands, mystery and… almost with magic… how could anyone even try to grow it!! Generally, forest trees associate with a broad range of fungi, forming what are called ectomycorrhizas. Seedlings with the following defects are not considered to be of top or commercial quality:. Root ball in wich roots are visible with mycorrhizated ends.

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The black truffle is commonly known by truficulutra name because of its dark coloring, both on the outside and the inside. A continuacion le dejamos el folleto sobre los sustratos para la truficultura donde puede descargarlo. In general, what is said about the seedling mycorrhizated with black truffle T.

Plantation years of age; at this age of the plantation, tilling the soil with a cultivator or harrow is normal. Truifcultura is a well-mycorrhizated seedling? Despite all of this, time has sometimes proven us wrong, but by recognizing our errors we have been able to change and improve our perspective on the subject and thus further aid the truffle grower. This association is the norm in plants and it is even common in nature for different fungi to be associated mycorrhizate at the same time with the manuak plant, something that is quite common in forest trees.


At this stage of the plantation, the soil is usually not tilled.

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All of this life probably also stimulates the truficultyra to reproduce if roots and mycorrhiza coincide in that space, which is often the case with productive woodland trees or in truffle plantations. This percentage refers to the fine apexes or finest root ends that can be mycorrhizated.

We consider the service of analyzing soil for trufficulture to be fundamental as a support for many agriculturalists who wonder if their land is suitable for growing truffles. We can do this in two ways: Marcos has also published two books on truffle farming: When mushrooms appear in the forest in autumn, many of them live associated with trees, while others grow solely taking advantage trruficultura the organic material accumulated in the first layers of the soil saprophytesthere are even some fungi that can behave in both ways, as saprophytes and in symbiosis with plants, depending on the circumstances.

His PhD has focused on post mnual truffle treatments, so he will make a two hours workshop about aromatic profiles and post harvest treatments.


The black truffle has traditionally been collected in woodlands in the winter. Occasionally, it is necessary to make a later control of the same batch or it may simply be invalidated.

The extensive experience of Mariano Casas.

Fungi play a fundamental role in maintaining ecosystems by performing mnual following functions: Proper irrigation is fundamental for regular production and achieving a good profitability of the plantation. These advantages for both parties described here are only the most important ones. We have examined significant numbers of roots collected at plantations primarily of clients, but also of truffle growers who are not clients who have requested this service we offer; we have visited numerous plantations of different ages, some producing, others not, and also, as is only natural given our profession, we have provided advice to the many people who have placed their trust in us… and most importantly, we have observed with an open and receptive attitude, we have listened to experienced truffle hunters and expert truffle growers; we have attended and participated in scientific forums, carefully read the many existing publications on truffles, commented on and contrasted certain cultivation practices, etc.

Regarding the presence of fungi in the root other than Tuber melanosporumvarious considerations should be kept in mind:. Some aspects of the seedling are clearly visible: More than satisfied customers: The organic mix introduced into these holes is attacked by soil microorganisms bacteria, fungi, nematodes, protozoa, etc.


Mycorrhizated seedlings may be rejected for various reasons:. One must always keep in mind, however, that the black truffle, majual addition to needing a calcareous soil, needs a pH range between 7.

Generally also in those visits, no mention is made of certain cultivation practices that mqnual notably improve production.

We sold our first commercial seedling in lateand since then up to the present, numerous truffle growers have placed their trust in us. This has led to an overexploitation of natural truffles, which, along with an inadequate management of the woodlands, has caused the disappearance of many natural truffle beds. Once the entire process of the mycorrhization has been completed, two internal controls are made to verify our results: Xavier Vilanova Sola studied biology and became doctor in microbiology in Substrate A contains a mix of different ingredients that favor the development of the root and the formation of new amnual it also contains truffle spores.

Clearly, a seedling with a poor root development due to inadequate cultivation, poor handling, etc. The high value reached by T. Generally, the commercialized mycorrhizated truffle seedling is associated with the black truffle Tuber melanosporumalthough very recently a small plantation has been realized with summer truffle Tuber aestivumTuber uncinatumand lately we have also been consulted about Tuber borchii, truficultufa whitish or Borch truffle. In Marcos wrote the quality standards to certify truffle infected trees for the Government of Andalucia Spain.

These are mountainous regions with a humid ombroclima mm of average annual precipitationgiven that this species develops best in shady, cooler zones with a greater availability of water.

An abundance of mycorrhizas of black manula and the absence of contaminants. We can carry out forestry actions in combination or not with periodic inoculations that can notably improve the production of the woodland. Observe how the corridors between the rows are wider than the distance between the seedlings in the row. This is why it is important to have some type of irrigation system and in this case in particular Albacete, Murcia, etc. It is buried at a more shallow depth than the black truffle and at times mounds are visible because it can lift up the ground and even emerge onto the surface.

Collecting roots in the field and their handling and conservation until reaching the laboratory should be done correctly in order to obtain the maximum information.