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About Us

Our story is about a company that since 1998, thanks to the passion, vision and consequences of its founder, from a small production hall mushroom farm, within 20 years has evolved into one of the largest mushroom producers in Europe. The family farm is run by Anna and Wojciech Sopiński and their two sons: Mateusz and Krystian.

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BOXES

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GRZYBOWY RAJ CARTONS

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Learn about the process
of growing mushrooms

Loading the cultivation hall

With the help of specialized machines on the overgrown mycelium a cover is applied, then it is transported on the mats to the shelves of the cultivation hall.

Growth and regeneration

After loading, the mycelium in the substrate must regenerate and begin to colonize the cover. At this stage, water is brought into the crop.

Stage of shock

During the shock stage, the mycelium passes from the vegetative phase (mycelium growth) to the generative phase (formation of fruiting bodies). In nature, the mycelium grows during the warm and humid summer, and the fungi begin to appear with the advent of cooler autumn days. The shock stage is an attempt to imitate the transition from the summer season into the autumn.

Collection

Mushrooms are collected in several stages. The first is at about 50% of the potential yield, the second 35%, the third around 15%. Under favorable conditions, the mushrooms can double their weight in 24 hours, but they must have space for this, and we create it through appropriate “breaks”. The harvest is a real challenge and requires a specific rhythm, knowledge and dexterity.

Learn about the process
of growing mushrooms

Loading the cultivation hall

With the help of specialized machines on the overgrown mycelium a cover is applied, then it is transported on the mats to the shelves of the cultivation hall.

Growth and regeneration

After loading, the mycelium in the substrate must regenerate and begin to colonize the cover. At this stage, water is brought into the crop.

Stage of shock

During the shock stage, the mycelium passes from the vegetative phase (mycelium growth) to the generative phase (formation of fruiting bodies). In nature, the mycelium grows during the warm and humid summer, and the fungi begin to appear with the advent of cooler autumn days. The shock stage is an attempt to imitate the transition from the summer season into the autumn.

Collection

Mushrooms are collected in several stages. The first is at about 50% of the potential yield, the second 35%, the third around 15%. Under favorable conditions, the mushrooms can double their weight in 24 hours, but they must have space for this, and we create it through appropriate “breaks”. The harvest is a real challenge and requires a specific rhythm, knowledge and dexterity.

WHERE OUR
MUCHROOMS REACHES

Right after harvesting, our fresh mushrooms are immediately transported to Grzybowy Raj, our logistic center located just 1.5 km from our crops, and from there to such countries as:

– England

– Holland

– Greece

– Romania

– Belarus

– Italy

– France

– Bulgaria