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Morel production in CEA – An Untapped Opportunity

CEA Operators looking to the mushroom golden opportunity

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In the world of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA), a new golden opportunity is emerging: morel mushrooms. These elusive, highly prized delicacies are shedding their wild roots and finding a home in high-tech greenhouses. With prices soaring from $20 to $60 per pound fresh, morels are captivating the imaginations of both chefs and CEA entrepreneurs alike.

Traditionally foraged from forest floors, morels are now being cultivated year-round thanks to groundbreaking advancements in agricultural technology. This shift promises to revolutionize the gourmet mushroom market, offering consistent quality and supply to meet the insatiable demand of high-end cuisine.As the global mushroom market surges towards a projected 9.7% CAGR by 2030, morels stand out as a luxury crop with immense potential. CEA operators are eyeing this fungal frontier, recognizing the unique opportunity to diversify their portfolios and tap into a lucrative niche. While challenges remain in mastering the art of morel cultivation, the rewards for those who succeed are tantalizing.

As these once-elusive mushrooms become a year-round delicacy, they may indeed prove to be the new gold of the CEA world, offering a perfect blend of innovation, sustainability, and gastronomic allure.

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Culture de morilles en serre un futur marché très prometteur
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Corenthin Chassouant

As an agricultural engineer with over 10 years of experience working for greenhouse manufacturers worldwide and holding a Master's degree (MSc), I specialize in the greenhouse and horticulture sector. Leveraging my international background and extensive knowledge, I collaborate effectively with farmers and industry professionals around the world, providing them with expert advice and guidance.

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