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

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

Desert truffles

Desert truffles (Tefezia spp) are distinct from the high value European truffle species but still have a large market place for their culinary use. At prices roughly 1/10th of the European truffles they are also highly accessible.
July 14, 2015

Tuber melanosporum spores

Truffle trees are trees that host the truffle fungus on their root system. In order to create truffle trees a source of identified fungal material is needed. This source can be either cultured fungi or, more commonly, the spores of the truffle fungus. The primary source for truffle spores, for Tuber melanosporum, Tuber aestivum syn uncinatum and others is the truffle (known as the fruiting body) itself.
July 14, 2015

Latest published truffle research article

Unfortunately because of the heavy snowfall in January the growers’ seminar had to be cancelled, so we want to apologise to all of the people who were planning to attend. The event is for everyone and anyone who has an interest in truffles and truffle cultivation. The day consists of a fascinating presentation covering all aspects of truffle growing and plenty of time to ask any questions that you might have. We have re-scheduled this now for the 26th of February, so please email shop@plantationsystems.com for more information and to book/confirm your place.