World's Top Cordyceps Producer
Dr. John Holliday will be one of our featured speakers at the 2020 Florida Mushroom Festival at Ravine Gardens State Park on January 11, 2020!!!
John is considered Earth's Mr. Mushroom. He is the world’s most experienced cultivators of exotic mushrooms, including Morels and Cordyceps. As the founder of Aloha Medicinals Inc, the world’s largest cultivator of medicinal mushrooms, Dr. Holliday has pioneered in the field of large scale cultivation of medicinal mushrooms and is the world’s leader in the cultivation of Cordyceps sinensis, an extremely rare and valuable species normally found only at high elevation in the Himalayas. He has grown more than 30 million pounds of this rare medicinal mushroom. Aloha Medicinals currently produces over half the Cordyceps consumed in the world today. John first started growing mushrooms in 1976. In the 44 years since then, he has owned and operated a number of successful mushroom farms, generating almost a hundred million dollars in revenue. Three years ago he sold Aloha and began a quest helping underdeveloped countries grow mushrooms. Dr. John has designed, built and/or consulted on well over 100 exotic mushroom farms in more than 30 countries. His farms are well known to be the highest yielding farms in the world, with average biological efficiencies (BE) of over 100% for every species grown. He developed and pioneered the paradigm shifting cold-sterilization method, allowing farms to build high yielding mushroom farms cheaply - without any need for steam or autoclaves. This dramatically reduces the capital investment for building and dramatically lowers the cost for mushroom cultivation.
He is currently the Senior Consultant at Aloha Medicinals, Inc. (https://alohamedicinals.com).
He has a consulting news letter (https://www.mushroomcompany.com/suppliers/JohnHolliday/index.shtml).
Is directly available for consulting (https://www.mushroom-consulting.com/).
Equipment and supplies (https://mushroom-consulting.com/supplies/).
Just wanna chat shrooms ~ Tel: (775) 230-8975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cordyceps sinensis ~ Growing out of caterpillars
2020 Festival Mushroom