220 Bq/kg from indoor cultivated mushroom

220 Bq/Kg of cesium was measured from Shiitake mushroom cultivated indoor on 5/14/2012.
It was produced in Sammu city Chiba.

In Chiba, Shiitake mushroom cultivated outdoor is banned to sell in 8 cities of Chiba, but this is the first time for them to measure cesium more than the safety limit of 100Bq/kg from Shiitake mushroom cultivated indoor.

Chiba prefecture assumes it is from the contaminated bed log purchased from outside of the prefecture.



220 Bq/kg from indoor cultivated mushroom



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May 2012