Steve Mendez wrote:Hi Patrick,
I really like to see people start agriculture businesses with little more than a good idea and a willingness to do what it takes to be ultimately successful. Your pictures show a set-up that appears to be inexpensive but well thought out, a "labor of love" if you will. You and your wife are smart to keep your regular sources of income while you work on your dream. Putting in the time after work and at the market on days off will reward you with an interesting and profitable farm business. Welcome.
Roberto pokachinni wrote:Steller project, there Patrick. Welcome to Permies. I hope that your business does well. Since you aren't sending anything to Canada, I will have to settle for info off your blog or whatever you are generous enough to offer on our site. Nice shirts as well. My compliments to your wife's handiwork.
wayne fajkus wrote:Welcome. So if i bought a shitake kit, what is the rundown on how to grow them? Im in texas if that helps. Ive innoculated logs a couple of times and failed.....
Nick Kitchener wrote:I have a question about your morel kits. I was under the impression that it was only very recently that the process of cultivating them artificially was worked out and it's a trade secret. Do your morel kits actually fruit?
wayne fajkus wrote:Alright Patrick, I bit. Order placed. Do your thing.
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