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Republic of the Philippines

UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE – HAMTIC CAMPUS


Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
E-mail: hamtic@antiquespride.edu.ph

DETAILED PROPOSAL FORMAT

A. General Information

1. Title of the Project


Mushroom Production Project

2. Proponent (s)
2.1 Name and Signature MR. IRVING JOHN C. SEDUCO
2.2 Designation Instructor 1
2.3 Institution UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE – HAMTIC CAMPUS
2.4 Address Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
2.5 Telephone Number (s) +63 936 731 7650
2.6 Fax Number
2.7 Email Address ijseduco@antiquespride.edu.ph

3. Implementing Agency
3.1 Lead Agency University of Antique
3.2 Collaborating Agency

4. Project Duration 1 year


5. Project Location UA– Hamtic Campus, Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
6. Total Budget Requested
6.1 Budget Requested Php 145,250.00
6.2 Agency Counterpart
6.3 Other Sources

B. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

1. Rationale
Mushrooms are called ‘white vegetables’ or ‘boneless vegetarian meat’
containing 20-35% protein (dry weight) which is higher than those of vegetables and
fruits and is of superior quality. It is considered ideal for patients of hypertension and
diabetics. Oyster mushrooms (Pleurotus sp.) can be grown on variety of crop refuses,
saw dust, bagasse (a waste product from sugar mill), sludge (a waste from paper pulp
mill) etc. Processing of agro-waste in to valuable protein rich food reduces the
environmental pollution and its byproduct as spent mushroom is also a good source for
making compost, manure, soil conditioner and can be used as feed for animal and fish.
Paddy straw and banana leaves are also available in the vicinity of the Campus which
can be effectively utilized as substrate (growing medium) for mushroom cultivation
Oyster mushroom cultivation as cottage industry has potentials as a high-value
crop in the province of Antique. For round the year cultivation the agro-climatic
conditions are very conducive with modest temperature (25-30°C) and relative
humidity (70-90 %).
There is huge demand of canned, dried and fresh mushrooms and can get
handsome price from sale of fresh and dried oyster mushroom. There is great demand
of fresh mushroom in local market for consumption of tourist in hotels. Apart from fresh
consumption of mushrooms it can be exported as organic brand in dried form.

2. Objectives
This project aims to:
1. Establish facility for mushroom production
2. Generate additional income for the university
3. Serve as shared facility for research and development, extension and instruction
4. Serve as showroom for sustainable yet profitable agricultural enterprise

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Republic of the Philippines
UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE – HAMTIC CAMPUS
Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
E-mail: hamtic@antiquespride.edu.ph

3. Methodology

A. Preparation of Pure and Substarter Culture


Preparation of Pure Culture will be done by inoculating sterilized culture media
(potato dextrose agar) with sucrose as alternative to dextrose with tissue from healthy
mushroom. Substater culture will be prepared by adding mycelium from pure culture to
sterilized sorghum seeds.
B. Construction of Cropping Shed
A cropping shed with dimension of 5m x 2.5m x 2.5m made up of nipa pawud
surrounded by plastic cover and nipa or liplip walls for maintenance of humidity will be
constructed. Nylon ropes for holding fruiting bags will be installed as well as steel drums
outside the shed for sterilization of the fruiting bags.
C. Preparation of Fruiting Substrate and Installation
A mixture of rice bran, soaked and dried saw dust, lime and molasses in
recommended proportion will be prepared and packed in polypropylene bags rimmed
with PVC pipes. The bags will be subjected to sterilization. the bags will be further
inoculated with substarter culture of sorghum seeds.
D. Harvesting
Harvesting will be done by rubbing off mature fully grown mushroom.
Underdeveloped and small primordial will be rubbed off the substrate.
E. Maintenance
Humidity and temperature shall be regularly monitored by spraying water on nipa
walls and roof and misting inside the shed.
F. Product Development and Marketing
For the 1st production cycle, fresh harvested mushrooms will be sold directly to the
market. Product development will include packaging, labeling and application of
trademark for the product.

Table 1. GANTT Chart


1st Cycle 2nd to 6th Cycle
(2 months for
Activity November December
each cycle)
Construction of Cropping Shed x
Preparation of Pure and Substarter x
x
Culture
Substrate Preparation x x

Packing and Installation of Fruiting Bags x x x

Harvesting x x

Cost and Return Analysis

Budgetary Requirements for 1st cycle (2 months): Php 40, 000.00


A. Materials and Supplies
Qty Unit Item Unit Price Total Price
For Spawn Production
5 packs absorbent cotton, 500g/pack 200.00 1,000.00
20 packs agar/gulaman powder, 100 g/pack 20.00 400.00
2 bottles cleaning bleach, 1 li/bottle 120.00 240.00
5 bottles denatured alcohol, 500 ml/bottle 50.00 250.00
4 gallons distilled water 150.00 600.00
50 pcs empty rum bottles 2.00 100.00
200 pcs empty catsup bottles 2.00 400.00

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Republic of the Philippines
UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE – HAMTIC CAMPUS
Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
E-mail: hamtic@antiquespride.edu.ph

Ethyl alcohol 70% unscented 500


5 bottles ml/bottle 110.00 550.00
2 kg potato 120.00 240.00
2 kg refined sugar 60.00 120.00
10 kg sorghum seeds 70.00 700.00
For Fruiting Bags
5 units PVC pipe 1" diameter, 6 ft/unit 200.00 1,000.00
2 gallons mollases 120.00 240.00
10 packs polypropylene bags 6' x12' 100/pack 50.00 500.00
3 bags rice bran 500.00 1,500.00
5 pack rubber band 50.00 250.00
10 bags saw dust 200.00 2,000.00
For Cropping Shed Construction and Facilities
40 bd ft coco lumber 40.00 1,600.00
2 units empty steel drum 1,000.00 2,000.00
5 units handheld sprayers 350.00 1,750.00
200 units nipa pawod 10.00 2,000.00
5 rolls nylon rope 500.00 2,500.00
5 bags portland cement 500.00 2,500.00
3 cu.m. sand and gravel 1,000.00 3,000.00
18 meters steel pipe 2" 200.00 3,600.00
Subtotal 29,040.00
B. Labor
Activity unit man/day Unit Price Total Price
Construction of Cropping Shed 4 300.00 1,200.00
Spawn Production 2 300.00 600.00
Bagging and Sterilization 6 300.00 1,800.00
Harvesting 2 300.00 600.00
Misting and Crop Shed Maintenance 2 300.00 600.00
Subtotal 4,800.00
C. Miscellaneous
Rental of Laboratory Apparatus and Equipment 4,000.00
Transportation 2,160.00
Subtotal 6,160.00

Budgetary Requirement for the 2nd to 6th cycles: Php 21,050


A. Materials and Supplies
Qty Unit Item Unit Price Total Price
For Spawn Production
5 packs absorbent cotton, 500g/pack 200.00 1,000.00
20 packs agar/gulaman powder, 100 g/pack 20.00 400.00
2 bottles cleaning bleach, 1 li/bottle 120.00 240.00
5 bottles denatured alcohol, 500 ml/bottle 50.00 250.00
4 gallons distilled water 150.00 600.00
50 pcs empty rum bottles 2.00 100.00
200 pcs empty catsup bottles 2.00 400.00
Ethyl alcohol 70% unscented 500
5 bottles ml/bottle 110.00 550.00
2 kg potato 120.00 240.00

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Republic of the Philippines
UNIVERSITY OF ANTIQUE – HAMTIC CAMPUS
Guintas, Hamtic, Antique
E-mail: hamtic@antiquespride.edu.ph

2 kg refined sugar 60.00 120.00


10 kg sorghum seeds 70.00 700.00
For Fruiting Bags
5 units PVC pipe 1" diameter, 6 ft/unit 200.00 1,000.00
2 gallons mollases 120.00 240.00
10 packs polypropylene bags 6' x12' 100/pack 50.00 500.00
3 bags rice bran 500.00 1,500.00
5 pack rubber band 50.00 250.00
10 bags saw dust 200.00 2,000.00
Subtotal 10,090.00
B. Labor
Activity unit man/day Unit Price Total Price
Construction of Cropping Shed 4 300.00 1,200.00
Spawn Production 2 300.00 600.00
Bagging and Sterilization 6 300.00 1,800.00
Harvesting 2 300.00 600.00
Misting and Crop Shed Maintenance 2 300.00 600.00
Subtotal 4,800.00
C. Miscellaneous
Rental of Laboratory Apparatus and Equipment 4,000.00
Transportation 2,160.00
Subtotal 6,160.00

Total Project Cost : Php 145,250.00


1st Cycle : Php 40,000.00
2nd- 5th Cycle : Php 21,050.00 x 5 = Php 105,250.00

Projected Income and Return of Investment


Assumptions : 1,000 bags x 0.2 kilogram x 6 cycles
Gross Income : Php 240,000.00
Net Income: : Php 94,750.00
Return of Investment : 65.23%

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