Show me! – week 22

If someone wants to visit an “Edible Log Farm” then there is not that much choice. This week it was a coming and going of interested visitors….  On Friday I received a small family group …

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The first flush – week 21

Crazy weather! Instead of a mild and gentle spring with a daily temperature around 20C, most of the week was humid with the daily temperature reaching 30C in some places with intermittent intense thundershowers. Generally …

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Forest time – week 19

Busy, busy, busy. Sometimes there are times when you wonder why there are not enough hours in the day. When everyone wants to get in touch and when there seems to be a confectious buying …

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Time for a bath – week 18

It is the month of May and that means that is bathtime for the shii-take logs. The outdoor temperature is warm enough for the mycelium to continue its journey through the log, breaking down cell …

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Small and local – week 17

One of the good things about an Edible Log Farm is that it can function at almost any size – from small (starting in the first year with 30 logs) up to several hundred logs …

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Colleagues – week 16

Most of the time I relish in being self-employed and being in full control of my agenda. No unnecessary diversions, no evaluation meetings and no disfunctioning policies to complain about. On the other hand it …

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Pin up logs – week 15

Every year I try something new in order to improve the results of the shii-take logs. This began after a couple of depressing years of poor results. There were always enough good logs to sell …

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Tell me more… – week 14

This week the sun decided to show itself. All living things seemed to soak up the suns rays. Everywhere there was new energy and new growth, musical bird choirs and cheerful faces. It was the …

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Not another hole! – weeks 12 & 13

Edible Log Farm (almost) Weekly Blog 10 holes, 100 holes, 1000 holes.??? Nope …. much more. The past couple of weeks were spent drilling numerous holes in the logs in order to inoculate them with …

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