September has gone out with a bang, so to speak, weather wise.
was amused by the furore surrounding the video shoot by Barbadian pop starlet Rhianna in a field of straw in Co. Down during the last week of September.
SCALING THE HEIGHTS
was well chuffed to see the photograph of Neil Scully atop the highest mountain in Africa – Mount Kilamanjaro.
It’s funny when someone comes up with a good idea and you think, Doh!, we should have thought of that.
POLYTHENE TO GO
If you’re looking for any length polythene covers, then you know the place to go to.
ROLL UP, ROLL UP
News of a new energy efficiency company working in Ireland at the moment is creating a pre mushroom conference buzz in the sector.
Leading French pharmaceutical company Laboratoire Meriel, manufacturers of Prophyl
The sight of Prince Charles, basket in hand, foraging for mushrooms, caused quite a flurry of press comment at the end of August.
The best way to prevent flies moving from house to house is to treat all houses before the populations start to increase.
was amazed to see another new piece of medicinal mushroom research about to be embarked upon in the USA.
has learned that those energetic entrepreneurs Leslie and Raymond Codd from the Wicklow-Carlow borders are nearing completion of their most recent expansion.
Profits at Donegal Creameries slumped in the first half of the year, despite a 13.5 per cent increase in revenue, as the company’s dairy division remained under pressure.
IRISH MUSHROOM DAYS?
is confident that there will be many Irish growers planning to attend the upcoming conference and exhibition at Hillgrove Hotel in October.
United States Department of Agriculture
has officially proclaimed September to be National Mushroom Month.
LEGAL BUST II
Further to the note last month about the poor horticulturist, who was arrested for growing shitakes....