Satrise Team Participated In Training At Wuhan Agricultural University

Release Time: 2021-04-19
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From April 15 to 18, 2021, the Satrise team actively participated in the Matsutake Matsutake training at Wuhan Agricultural University, which fully demonstrated the company’s overall emphasis on the learning of employees’ professional and technical knowledge and its open attitude towards the exploration of rare mushroom species.

As a professional manufacturer of mushroom production equipment, Satrise has always adhered to the concept of excellence and continuous innovation. In this training, we not only learned deeply about the habits, planting patterns and management techniques of Trichoderma matsutake, but also discussed the planting prospects and market demand of rare mushroom species with other trainees.

Through training, our employees not only enhanced their understanding and application of conventional mushroom technology, but also broadened their cognitive horizons about rare mushroom species. As a rare edible fungus, mastering its cultivation technology is of great strategic significance to the company. This not only helps us develop equipment and technology more suitable for the growth of red matsutake, but also provides strong support for the company’s product innovation and market expansion.

Satrise knows very well that only by continuous learning and continuous improvement can we remain invincible in the fierce market competition. Therefore, we will continue to pay attention to industry trends, strengthen technology research and development and talent training, and continuously enhance the company’s core competitiveness.

The successful participation in the Wuhan Agricultural University Trichoderma Matsutake training not only enriched the staff’s professional knowledge, but also strengthened Satrise’s leading position in the field of mushroom production equipment manufacturing. We will continue to be committed to promoting the innovative development of the edible fungi industry and contributing more to the sustainable development of agriculture.