ANCIENT AND MODERN?
Thespian, grower, McGeary operative and point man Hugh Quinn from Dromore has recently had state of the art AEM equipment installed on his unit.
An interesting email arrived at the new website this month. Watch out the Moldovans are coming.
BLAZING NIGHT IN NAVAN
It was Halloween night in Navan, and all was relatively quiet in the sleepy residential outskirts of the Meath town…
The middle of December will see the election to one of the most important posts in the country – president of the Irish Farmers Association.
LICENCE TO FARM!
The latest idea emanating from the corridors of power in Whitehall is the introduction of a "licence to farm".
MOVING IN NAFTA CIRCLES
Harte Peat's main mover and shaker Maurice O Shea is heading to the US and Canada to visit the company's many customers in the North American market.
A PERFECT SEVEN
THE WAY OF THE WORM
The problem of spent mushroom compost (SMC) is still exercising many minds out there.
Grower Anthony McKeever from the Dyan managed to get away this month for a wee break to Donegal.
NEW SYSTEM, POOR UPTAKE
A new way of picking a house has been pointed out by one of the Dutch experts, over recently imparting some know how.
UK VISITOR IMPARTS WISDOM
It is good to see companies like Amycel giving 'something back' to the grower network.
The sporadic problem of "chocolate mushrooms" is rearing its head again among those using Phase 3 compost.
Elizabeth McWhirter, featured in the September issue, is still growing away with the Sylvan 737 spawn.
DEVILISHLY DIFFICULT DECISIONS
We all now live in the single market, and we're even encouraged from on high to shop around in all 15 states of the EU.
BRICK BY BRICK
Eglish grower Maurice McKenna has started building himself a new dwelling house.