Artie Scott wrote:A fairly random and sudden appearance of dog vomit slime mold - aka fuligo septica, appearing after a week of cool rain.
Either that, or my dog is sick! ;).
Lidia Martinez wrote:Hi, I think this is a Coprinopsis type mushroom. Is it? If so then a decomposer, a result of the decaying mulch in bed. So what to do, just pull them and remove any dead wood. Seems that after a rain there is quite a lot of them. Please advise?
Trace Oswald wrote:
There are some people down the street from us that make a big pile of ornamental squash every year for people to pick up for Halloween decorations. I was thinking of doing something similar. I may see if I can put a small table on a friend's yard in town so more people see it, but I may start doing it just by word of mouth. I thought about setting up a small table at our local very small farmer's market with a sign that said something like "Pay what you like", but I don't want to hurt the business of people with stands that make their living, or at least supplement it, with money from the market. I'm just not sure yet how I will proceed.
In any case, here are a couple update pictures....
Daron Williams wrote:
And I would love to hear what you think about purple tree collards. Have you tried to grow them?
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Squash have tendrils, and vines, so that they can outgrow the shade, and catch every bit of possible light.
Jasmine Dale wrote:Fascinated to hear that Diane, and will really sit with that, and pass on perhaps to others using the process. Food for thought indeed.
Also, been doing some 'inner work proces' here myself, and the figure 8 came up for me as a way to keep centred and yet engage with the world from my own axis.
Thank you for feedback
Jasmine Dale wrote:Although it's a bit of an investment, I reckon it would take many months to follow all the activities diligently and my aim was that it was still cheaper than an equivalent online course. I made a pdf, though the publishers keen to keep it paperback for now, partly as it's design is to write in it as you go / doubling up as a record of all your thoughts and findings. With the 25% discount by Chelsea Green hoping it makes it affordable. Thanks for having a good look, maybe one for the birthday / christmas list? xxx
Dennis Bangham wrote:You can always graft another mulberry onto what you have.
I planted a Hana early last year and it is well underway in leafing out.
Scratch the bottom bark off, that is above the graft, to see if you see green. If you see nothing but brown, it is dead. I lost two Mansamoto this year.
I started some Giant Fuyu from seed so I will replace with these. I am hoping one of them is a male so I can get more seeds.