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A big part of sustainability and permaculture, if not just trying to grow food in a small space, is getting multiple results from one thing and our laundry bench has evolved into an example of this which ticks the boxes for at least the… Continue Reading “Multi tasking to the max”
Hopefully lots and lots! Baby mushrooms that is… A while back, I did a workshop at Slape’s Mushroom House and learned all about growing King Stropharia mushrooms in the garden. When I was there I bought a bunch of Blue Oyster grain spawn that… Continue Reading “We’re having babies!”
This is Part 2 of our ‘not everything works’ series (it was originally going to be called ‘we fu&$k up too!’ ). Here’s some sterilized wheat that was inoculated with Elm and Blue Elm mycorrhizae. Only the two batches in the front innoculated cleanly.… Continue Reading “Not everything works #2”
Sunday marked the day of Jess’s Beginner’s Mushroom Cultivation workshop. You may know Jess from guest posts here at Ligaya or from her writings on her own blog botanicalcuriositiesaus or maybe her writing for the Joe’s Connected Gardens blog. Jess is a busy little mushroom. As I’ve not… Continue Reading “Jess’s Mushroom Cultivation Workshop”