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Truffle forming fungi detection

Truffle forming fungi have mycorrhizal relationships with host trees. Certain types of truffles have gained significant market value outside of farming with some garnering wholesale prices of $500 per pound.

Farmers seeking alternative crops are cultivating truffle farms. Subsequently, a niche market has formed to supply farmers with seedlings inoculated with truffle forming fungi. However, according to a recent article in the New York Times “Starting a truffle farm is a long-term investment with huge risks.” March 1, 2006. Seedlings are expensive as well as other long-term costs associated with truffle farming.

MBT has perfected a molecular biology based method for detecting truffle forming fungi DNA in seedlings and trees in established truffle farms to help farmers mitigate the risks of truffle farming.

 

 
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Truffles in the News

60 Minutes Segment on French Perigord Black Truffles

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUVcxa-wGcE

NC State University Specialty Crops Program

http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/specialty_crops/projects.htm