Monday, September 30, 2013


As the harvest season has ended, many Cordyceps sinensis fungus collectors have found that their incomes were not even enough to cover their costs -- mainly due to a fee that varied from 5,000 up to 50,000 Yuan levied by local authorities according to the acreage where they were allowed to dig. A research showed that average fungus output reported in China's 12 major fungus production bases is less than 10 percent of the 1980 volume. Also the fungus rush has also prolonged the normal harvesting period from 60 days to more than 70 days, causing severe damage to the growth cycle of the fungus.
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