The four major blocking tigers cultivated by Wormweed
Release Time:2018-11-28 Content Source:中国虫草交易网

Medicinal medicine, which is often heard in our lives, may also be often used. China's medicine history has a long history. Among the many medicinal herbs that are most popular today is Cordyceps sinensis. But now that science and technology are very developed, why can't we really grow Cordyceps sinensis?

Artificial cultivation of cordyceps should solve these four major problems, there are hundreds of species of cordyceps, we introduce to you today is why it is difficult to cultivate the planting reason. At present, the cultivated cordyceps is also known as cordyceps sinensis and cordyceps sinensis. It is a kind of artificial cultivation. His nutritional value is said to be comparable to that of Cordyceps sinensis, but the price is more friendly to the people and is loved and sought after by people. So let's take a look at why Cordyceps is so difficult to cultivate.

With the market demand for cordyceps, artificial cultivation of cordyceps came into being, so what are the main problems that should be solved by artificial cultivation of cordyceps? Take a look at the introduction below.

Four Problems Should Be Solved by Artificial Cultivation of Wormworm

The first is bacteria species: bacteria species are mostly from the natural world of Cordyceps sinensis, obtained by routine separation and cultivation. According to the study, in the process of sexual formation of fungus, a certain temperature is required to meet the water required by the complex physiological changes in the body, and there is a correlation between temperature and humidity. At a certain humidity, the temperature change is slow or relatively constant. It is not conducive to extracting the child entities, and the occurrence of sexual types must undergo low temperature and wetting treatment. After many years of transposition and culture, the Sanming Fungal Research Institute in Fujian Province has only developed incomplete young children. They believe that the generation of fungus must have some active substances from bat moth larvae to complete.

This is an artificially bred worm-grass called Wormweed, also known as Northern Wormweed, Caterpillar

This is a natural wild cordyceps, referred to as cordyceps

The second is breeding bat moth technology: The Sichuan Provincial Institute of Chinese Medicine has conducted long-term research on the artificial breeding of bat moth, which requires 230-570d to complete a generation even under constant temperature. Moreover, it is also necessary to deal with the specific operations of various insect States and feed and feeding environments. Such harsh conditions, for the average person, can not be achieved.

The third is the infection route: Cordyceps sinensis is the fungus Spore contact larvae infected to death, in order to grow a fruiting entity. It was observed that the infection rate of larvae of 4-5 ages in the host was the highest, and larvae of mature larvae were rarely infected, and larvae under 3 years of age were not infected. How to grasp the timing, for the average person is difficult to grasp. In the problem of infection, the conditions for artificially breeding insects are better, and the insect body is too strong, strong antibacterial power, and difficult to infect. If conditions are poor, the insect body is too strong and has strong antibacterial power and is difficult to infect. Poor conditions cause death after the invasion of insects. Both of these situations will fail.

The fourth is the ecological environment of the origin: that is, the temperature, humidity, light, soil, vegetation and other conditions that are available in the high mountains of 3500-5000 M above sea level, which is also difficult for the average person to achieve.

It is precisely for these reasons that most people can not plant Cordyceps sinensis. The advertisement is only about the mycelium culture of Cordyceps sinensis or the same genus culture of Cordyceps sinensis, not the real Cordyceps sinensis. Recently, the Japanese forest comprehensive research scientist Suteng Dashu, etc., announced that it takes only one and a half months to cultivate Cordyceps sinensis. In fact, he only cultivated a species of Cordyceps sinensis, which is not a true Cordyceps sinensis.

The above introduced the four main problems that should be solved by artificial cultivation of cordyceps, hoping to help people who want to engage in artificial cultivation of cordyceps.

It is also hoped that people will understand why Cordyceps sinensis is so expensive, or because it can not be cultivated and replicated.