Seems like we’re experiencing a genuine heatwave in Ireland at the end of May.
The My Farm piece in the Mushroom Business April 2012 edition was of local interest this time.
was truly saddened to hear that Brenda from the Reen office will be leaving for pastures new at the end of May.
is fast becoming the choice for many mushroom growers in Ireland when it comes to disinfectant.
It was nippy this month, with May conforming to that old weather dictum; n’er cast a clout til May is out.
Teagasc are organising Pesticide training for mushroom workers again this year.
notes that Reen man Paddy McArdle has been doing a few driving lessons and is keeping his eye out for a new wee motor.
The fallout from the fatal accident at mushroom farm in British Columbia continues.
MAKES SENSE SIR
AST Totten Ltd has started manufacturing replacement air and compost sensors for all computerised mushroom control systems used in Ireland.
Some indirect news from Holland. Former mushroom expert Henk Van Gerwen is enjoying life outside of the mushroom industry.
TAKING A PUNT
With all the uncertainty surrounding the eurozone crisis businesses are beginning to take precautionary measures.
The Teagasc April newsletter contained figures on the latest census of mushroom production in the Republic of Ireland
spotted an advert for Irish chicken on RTÉ telly.
Flicking through the national papers in mid May
was surprised to see the luminous visage of Miss Purdy
A trend sweeping the smart phone app world recently is the game Logo Quiz.