About BIOSCHAMP

The BIOSCHAMP project aims to develop an integrated approach to tackle the mushroom cultivation challenges: an alternative and sustainable peat-free biostimulant casing for the mushroom industry, reducing the dependency on and need for pesticides and contributing to improve the productivity, the sustainability, and the profitability of the European mushroom sector.

The goal of the BIOSCHAMP project is to improve the mushroom sector industrial profitability while reducing the agronomical need for pesticides by 90 %. This will help mushroom growers meet consumer demands to find alternatives to fungicide dependence.

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The mushroom cultivation process

The mushroom cultivation process involves 3 main steps:

  1. Preparation of compost
  2. Application of the casing soil
  3. Harvest of mushrooms

BIOSCHAMP will take part in this process providing an alternative and sustainable peat-free biostimulant.

The mushroom cultivation process involves 3 main steps:

  1. Preparation of compost (substrate)
  2. Application of the casing soil
  3. Harvest of mushrooms

BIOSCHAMP will take part in this process providing an alternative and sustainable peat-free biostimulant.

CHALLENGES BIOSCHAMP FACES

The EU needs to accelerate the transition towards a pesticide-free mushroom sector

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BIOSCHAMP, a project that supports a greener and more sustainable Europe

The mushroom sector actively fosters circular economy sustainable models: mushroom cultivation reuses residual resources, working in line with the Circular Economy principles.

BIOSCHAMP will further facilitate circularity and resource efficiency in the EU mushroom sector through the development of a peat-free casing soil that will act as crop biostimulants.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101000651.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement No. 101000651.

Contact points

Marga Pérez: direccion@ctich.com
Jaime Carrasco: j.carrasco@ctich.com

Contact points

Marga Pérez: direccion@ctich.com
Jaime Carrasco: j.carrasco@ctich.com