Shoogloo has diversified into AgroTech ventures and to start with, we are coming up with a Black Garlic and Mushroom Plants at our 3+Acre Farm at Parduni, Himachal Pradesh.
Black garlic is a type of aged garlic that is colored deep brownish-black. The process is of East Asian origin. It is made by placing garlic (Allium sativum) in a controlled environment of low heat and high humidity over the course of several weeks, a process that produces black cloves. The heat produces key intermediate compounds through the Maillard reaction which give the black garlic its color and distinctive taste. Black garlic is used in a wide variety of culinary applications.
Mushroom farming consists of six steps, and although the divisions are somewhat arbitrary, these steps identify what is needed to form a production system. The six steps are Phase I composting, Phase II composting, spawning, casing, pinning, and cropping. These steps are described in their naturally occurring sequence, emphasizing the salient features within each step. Compost provides nutrients needed for mushrooms to grow.