On Saturday, June 25, was held a tour near Talca city to kick off the new Truffle Season. This plantation is a pioneering and demonstration project of Foundation for Agrarian Innovation (FIA, Ministry of Agriculture of Chile). These results on black truffles Production are the fruit of more than 6 years of applied research, which has successfully demonstrated that truffle growing is feasible around some areas of the country and certainly with a huge potential for future growth as a new and exclusive industry gourmet such as black truffle (Tuber melanosporum).
New Truffle harvest season in Talca
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