Antrim grower Ian Boal graced the front of the
this month, and it wasn't exactly a happy story.
Armagh grower Brendan Donnelly is one of the longest growing mushroom men in the local industry.
When you see liveried company vehicles out and about constantly on the roads you know that the company is doing well.
has learned that David Totten has re-emerged on the local mushroom industry scene.
is very happy to report that Martin Duffy is doing well since his departure from spawn company Amycel.
Dutch Specialist Henk Van Gerwen was over in the country again in April.
One grower had a rather unhappy Easter this year due to the Polish influence in the mushroom market.
Our man Henk is hoping to come to Ireland later in the year, however this time under a different hat.
One Tyrone grower was hit by the increasing plight that is oil thieving.
THAILAND TSUNAMI UPDATE
spotted this little snippet of news on the web related to the tsunami disaster.
MUSHROOM INDUSTRY CONFERENCE USA
This conference takes place on June 12-15, 2005 Nittany Lion Inn State College, Pennsylvania.
received the following query by email from a native of Dublin now living in Tyrone. The question posed does indeed intrigue – does anyone out there have an answer?
NEW PRICE WAR FORECAST
Media reports over in early April suggested that a new supermarket price war was on the cards - with Asda reportedly planning cuts of more than £100 million.
NEW GENERAL MANAGER
The award winning Yorkshire-based mushroom producer Greyfriars UK has taken on a new general manager for its mushroom farming operations.
The issue of Spent Mushroom Compost and the disposal thereof has been exercising minds lately.....