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Republic of the Philippines

Province of Capiz
Municipality of President Roxas
Poblacion, Pres. Roxas, Capiz, 5803
Tel. No. 6580136 Email Add:


Training Title: Oyster Mushroom Production

Training Description: Oyster Mushroom Production and Processing will develop and
enhance the skills and knowledge of participants in the said intervention. It is a two day
training on production and processing of Oyster mushroom that grows in local condition.
Trainer is Dr. Emelita P. Solante, Director for Extension of Capiz State University, Burias
Campus, Mambusao, Capiz.

Core of Knowledge Content Area(s): Mushroom Biology, Mushroom Industry, Principle of

Mushroom Production and Cultivation, Mushroom Nutritional and Medicinal Properties,
Mushroom Cultivation Technologies, Environment Impact, Economic and Social Impact of
Mushroom Production.

Participants: 50 women participants from Brgy. Aranguel, President Roxas, Capiz.

Training Objectives:
1. In Module I the trainees will learn how to prepare the medium where the mycelium
pure culture is grown and propagated initially in the laboratory and know how to
store the agar medium properly
2. Module II aims to enable the trainees learn the use of pure culture in mushroom
cultivation; learn the techniques of producing pure cultures; know how to handle
and store starters and prepare mushroom spawn
3. Module III will enable the trainees to learn how to prepare different substrates and
different planting processes and harvesting procedure for oyster mushroom
Table 1: Description of Module and Training Schedule:
Date Time Topics Resource
Allotted Speaker/Assistant
 Lecture on the overview
of mushroom Production
 Preparation of culture
media & sterilization Dr. Emelita P. Solante
 Sub-culturing
8 hours  Preparation of materials Assistants:
Day 1
for composting Rocel Delfin
 Composting Mark Villas
 Tissue culture Brando Bautista
Preparation of grain
spawn (cracked corn &
sorghum) & sterilization
 Bagging
 Inoculation of grain
 Inoculation of fruiting Dr. Emelita P. Solante
 Pasteurization of fruiting Assistants:
Day 2 8 hours
 Growing mushroom Rocel Delfin
 Harvesting
 Lecture on Care of
Mushroom fruiting bags

Table 2: Budgetary requirements and materials needed:

1. Venue: CapSU Burias Mushroom Training Center, Mambusao, Capiz (Free)
2. Speaker: Dr. Emelita P. Solante(Free)
3. Food: To be provided by the participants
4. Transportation:
5. Materials:
Unit Item Description Quantity Unit Cost (Php.) Total Cost (Php.)
roll Cotton (500 g) 5 150.00 750.00
kg Rubber band 1 250.00 250.00
kg potato 1 60.00 60.00
bar Gulaman (white) 50 15.00 750.00
kg Refined sugar 5 60.00 300.00
kg rice 1 40.00 40.00
pc Rhum bottles 50 2.00 100.00
roll Aluminium foil (16 m) 5 130.00 650.00
kg Cracked corn 10 25.00 250.00
kg Sorghum seeds 5 35.00 175.00
sack sawdust 5 50.00 250.00
sack ricehull 2 Free Free
kg lime 10 10.00 100.00
sack Rice bran (50 kg/sack) 1 650.00 650.00
kg Wash sugar 2 55.00 110.00
pack Polypropylene bag (6x12) 10 80.00 800.00

kg Synthetic cotton 1 300.00 300.00

pc PVC pipe ( 1 inch diameter) 5 120.00 600.00
roll Polypropylene rope (7 mm 1 1000.00 1000.00
diameter, 200 m/roll)
kg #16 G.I. Tie wire 2 70.00 140.00
TOTAL 7, 265.00

Investment Cost: Php. 7,100.00 / 1000 fruiting bags = Php. 7.10 per fruiting bag

Note: Other equipments will be provided by the CapSU Burias Mushroom Training Center.

Return of Investment:

Income if fruiting bags are sold @ 25 pesos per bag:

1000 bags X 25.00 = P25,000.00


Income if fresh mushrooms are sold @ Php. 150.00 per kg.:

1000 bags x 200 g/cropping = 200kg mushroom x 3% spoilage = 6 kg

194 kg x 150.00/kg = P29, 100.00

Source of Fund:

Expected Output:

 Trainees will be able to define and appreciate Mushroom Production and Processing as
 Identification of technical aspects of the said training will be possible for the trainees;
 A start of a community-based venture for women;
 The most important part is the application of training in actual Oyster Mushroom
Production in the Municipality of President Roxas and making it as a livelihood
opportunity for the beneficiaries of the said program.

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