WOOD PELLET U2
5/28/2009 At the All Ireland Mushroom Conference one could not have missed the theme of renewable energy and greener energy.
IRISH MUSHROOM CONFERENCE
5/25/2009 The mushroom industry put on its first trade show in 6 years and it was deemed a huge success by people on the day.
CAP IN HAND?
5/25/2009 The Department of Agriculture said just over €2 billion was paid out to Irish farmers and companies in the 12-month period from October 16th, 2007 to October 15th, 2008.
NO CODDING ABOUT!
5/25/2009 Word on the grapevine is that Leslie Codd has made a big investment in his mushroom operation down in the south of the country.
GLUT OR RUT?
5/25/2009 The word on the ether is that there is a bit of an oversupply of mushrooms on the market at the moment.
5/25/2009 Toyota, the world's biggest carmaker, has made its first annual loss as the global economic downturn has hit demand for its vehicles.
5/25/2009 Payment to suppliers has been a theme in the notes for quite some time.
5/25/2009 “The only thing that spreads faster than a health crisis is the panic about it.”
THE ONE SHOW
5/25/2009 One would probably need to be on planet Mars to not have noticed the BBC’s One Show over the past year.
MUSEUMS OF MUSHROOM
5/25/2009 Stalker was intrigued to read about le Musee de la Truffe in Sorges Perigord. It’s the kind of place one could root around in for ages.
DR WHO SCENE
5/25/2009 Walking into the trade show at the mushroom conference in Monaghan, one would have to have had a bag over the head not to notice the Scully Grower Supplies stand.
5/25/2009 A spasm of anger and upset emerged on May 19 when a meeting of Irish Tesco executives in Ashbourne Co. Meath was stormed by an angry group of potato farmers.
THE TIMES WE LIVE IN.
5/25/2009 We live in interesting times to be sure - the turmoil in the world economy seeps ever more into the fabric of society as time wears on.
5/25/2009 Stalker is always surprised by the stories that appear throughout the year about mushroom hunters that stumble onto weird finds.