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Completed project

Digitisation of mushroom industry archive (MU21000)

Key research provider: Australian Mushroom Growers’ Association
Publication date: Tuesday, April 5, 2022

What was it all about?

Running for six months, this short project digitised the Australian Mushroom Growers’ Association archive of industry research, marketing, and communication outputs. The digitisation provided the Australian mushroom industry with full access to these valuable materials. The archive included industry journals, research reports, books, posters, and recipes.

The materials cover numerous topics including market and consumer research, training and educational materials, pests and diseases and production and crop.

All materials were digitised and made available online through the Australian Mushroom Growers’ Association (AMGA) website at The documents were categorised to allow easy access by Australian mushroom growers, suppliers, researchers, and other industry stakeholders.

The digitization of materials has allowed the Australian mushroom industry to access to a wealth of resources which were previously unavailable. In the longer term, this will increase their awareness of results from previous R&D and marketing investments, increasing productivity and quality across the mushroom industry.

The newly digitised resources will be further promoted through the Mushroom Industry Communications Program (MU21003), the Australian Mushrooms Journal, as well as the industry website and e-newsletters.

Related levy funds


Funding statement:
This project is funded through the Hort Innovation Mushroom Fund using the mushroom R&D levy and contributions from the Australian Government.

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