Mushrooms are well-connected to the Lao people's lifestyle, which has long been popular in Laos, but in the near future, there has been a decline and relatively high price.

     Therefore, mushroom cultivation is the main subject of the Plant Protection Division of the Faculty of Agronomy (FAG), National University of Laos (NUOL).

In order to provide teaching instruction due to with the actual plant of the faculty and to implement the annual plan of 2017-18, it has been implemented in the Mushroom Farm (FAG). In this case, Mrs. Dr. Puttasone Sibounnavong, Head of Plant Protection Division of Kasetsart University, MP and Technical Specialists

That mushroom is actually produced in 6000 gallons of 2 mushrooms (Oyster sp. and Lentinus sp. mushrooms), white mushrooms and 3,000 bag white mushrooms in each bag, generating an average of 250 grams which has the product at 12-18 kg per day and is expected to produce about 1,500 kilograms of produce, depending on the weather

      Teaching/studying in conjunction with practical action is to encourage students to fully understand more skill and respond to education policies that produce agricultural personnel can plan for the company themselves in the future.

By Souphaphone R.