OIL & GARBAGE
Urban refuse could be the biggest resource the world has in combating the future energy crisis....
Reen man Patrick McArdle and family were out holidaying in Portugal over the summer months, in the beautiful resort of Guia.
ED WEATHER WORRIES
The editorial in the September issue of
made for uncomfortable reading in Irish circles...
The decline in the mushroom industry in Ireland over the past several years has been well remarked upon in this column over the years.
Food prices are going up - it's official.
BACK IN THE FRAY
has been apprised of the fact that some growers in the country who had seemingly exited the industry, stage left, have now staged a return.
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Ah the small victories, if one could call it that, are the sweetest.
Signs of expansion at Cornacrieve Mushroom Ltd
An old hand was on hand to offer some advice at the 49th Mushroom Industry Conference in Pennsylvania in the early summer.
was saddened to hear that Prunty Peat is no longer operating within the mushroom sector.
caught wind of a few other mushroom people who have managed to make some late summer breaks in September.
Word has reached
that Mark Walsh of the Walsh mushroom dynasty has succumbed to tying the knot.
watched in amazement as the news reporter followed the life of the Walkers potato crisp....
eye was caught by an advert in the
magazine for "Delicious fresh stuffed mushrooms".
The demand for straw this year continues to be one of the factors weighing heavily on the minds of compost producers in the past few months.