Mycorrhized with yellow boletus

The yellow boletus (Suillus Luteus), like all edible mushrooms, requires a particular biotope (soil typology, exposure, hygrometry...). To develop, the yellow bolete must also find a host tree with which it will "cohabit". It is most often found under the pine forests in the plains and in the mountains, that is why Robin Nurseries propose you various plants of conifers mycorhized with Suillus Luteus. What to launch you serenely in the cultivation of yellow boletes.

Trees dedicated to the production of yellow boletus (plants mycorhized with Suillus Luteus)

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Conifers specifically mycorrhized for the culture of yellow boletus

Several species of host trees are eligible for the cultivation of the yellow bole (also called "nonette voilée"). ROBIN Nurseries offers you different conifer plants mycorhized with Suillus Luteus. Produced in our own laboratory, under the control of INRAE, these mushroom plants allow you to produce your own yellow bolets. We advise you to choose a tree species adapted to the climate of your region. Depending on the age of the plant and the chosen soil, you will have to wait between 3 and 4 years to harvest your first mushrooms.

Which tree to plant to produce and harvest yellow boletes ?

The yellow bolete (Suillus Luteus), which some people call "buttery" or "slobbery", grows abundantly in autumn (from August to December, depending on the region) mainly in association with pines. It can be found at the foot of scots pine, stone pine and also Austrian black pine. All these pine species respond very favorably to mycorrhization by Suillus Luteus and will therefore produce beautiful clumps of yellow boletes as soon as the conditions of its culture are met.

Need help ?The yellow boletus is not the only edible mushroom that can be produced from the mycorrhization of a host plant. Robin Nurseries produces and offers a complete range of mushroom plants able to produce 3 varieties of mushrooms. If you are not sure which species is best suited to your project, ask our experts for advice. They will help you set up your mushroom orchard.