European truffles are now being grown worldwide and one of the key benefits to consumers is that fresh periogord truffles are now available in the middle of summer.

We’re delighted to announce that fresh Australian-grown perigord truffles are now in season and are being distributed by ourselves across Europe.

If you’d like to order some truffles, either trade or retail, or would just like to know more- we’d be delighted to hear from you. shop@PlantationSystems.com

July 14, 2015

Australian truffles, available now

European truffles are now being grown worldwide and one of the key benefits to consumers is that fresh periogord truffles are now available in the middle of summer. We’re delighted to announce that fresh Australian-grown perigord truffles are now in season and are being distributed by ourselves across Europe. If you’d like to order some truffles, either trade or retail, or would just like to know more- we’d be delighted to hear from you. shop@PlantationSystems.com
July 14, 2015

Bulgaria truffle cultivation отглеждане на трюфели в България не

Bulgaria is one of the great truffle countries of Europe. With wild harvests of the most expensive black truffles (Tuber melanosporum and Tuber aestivum syn. uncinatum) and white truffles (Tuber magnatum and Tuber borchii), this country also has an ideal climate for cultivation.
July 14, 2015

Desert Truffle plants

After a recent surge of interest for this species of truffle, with more details in our recent article – http://plantationsystems.com/desert-truffles – MSL are happy to announce that shrubs inoculated with the desert truffle (Terfezia boudieri) are now available.
July 14, 2015

Diversifying the vineyard with the world’s most expensive crop

The world’s most coveted and expensive edible may be coming to a vineyard near you, thanks in part to the American Truffle Company, a business that is introducing the science of truffle cultivation to the wine world. Unbeknownst to many, truffles can be coaxed to grow beneath young oak and hazel trees, whose roots have been inoculated with Tuber melanosporum/aestivum, the truffle fungus. In fact, 95% of the winter Perigord truffles from France are sourced from inoculated trees.