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#811 Honey Badger

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Posted 23 April 2017 - 10:27

Indigo Rose, poceli i listovi da crne. Imam dva ova.

 

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#812 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 11:33

Feel the burn: why do we love chilli?

 

Ive been procrastinating. On my dining room table I have lined up three hot peppers: one habanero, flame-orange and lantern-shaped; one skinny little Thai bird’s eye chilli; and one relatively innocuous jalapeño, looking by comparison like a big green zeppelin. My mission, should I choose to accept, is to eat them...


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#813 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 16:25

Prije nekog vremena dobio sam jedan vaucher za Amazon i nikako da skontam kako to da potrosim. nisu neke pare u pitanju, £45, nije dovoljno ni za neke patike... Pa sam narucio 30 bocica sa pipetama da pravim jos jednu turu chili sosa ali nikako da nadjem da kupim svjeze termo-nuklearne papricice da bi opravdalo pipete, pa ce to jos malo da saceka ali ostalo je jos nesto para pa...

 

Fali mi neki projekat, kojim cu da se zanimam barem neko vrijeme i mislim da sam nasao: gljive. Vec sam pisao o tome da bih volio probati i pominjali smo ovdje ali do sad nisam nista poduzeo pa mislim da je doslo vrijeme.

 

Citam nesto o uzgoju gljiva u basti na hardwood chipsu i cini se prilicno izvodljivo. Oko drveta ili panja se iskopa nekih 10-15cm u dubinu i nekih pola metra sirine i prvo se poreda karton, pa na njega 5cm sloj chipsa. Po tome se pospu spore i to bi bilo to. Osim sto ima jos, prije toga. Prvo se chips pokiseli u vodi jednu sedmicu da se podave sve aerobic bakterije, pa se onda susi nekoliko dana da pocrkaju anaerobics i tek onda moze. 

 

Mislim da bi moglo atraktivno izgledati ispod jabuka, a mogla bi se ubrati i koja gljiva za omlet. Vreca od 100L wood chipsa je £10 (free delivery) i spore isto toliko, mozda koja funta vise, zavisi koja vrsta gljiva. Taman da potrosim vaucher.

 

Na dva klika sam od toga.


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#814 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 17:16

OK, nema nazad. Narucio sam spore Penny Bun (Vrganj) i Garden Giant (King Stropharia):

 

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Stici ce nekad iduce sedmice, dotle cu da pripremim teren i da jos malo iscitam. 


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#815 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 20:39

Ovo je sto zelim da postignem: https://www.milkwood...ushroom-garden/

 

Sad gledam woodchips, ne moze svakakav, mora hardwood, pa ga onda moram pokiseliti jednu heftu. Nemam pojma ni u cemu bi, mozda Paul ima neko bure...

 

Postaje sve napetije...


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#816 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 21:03

Narucio i woodchips. Ne znam od cega je ali je jeftin. Upali, ne upali makar cu se malo zezati preko prvomajskih praznika. Valjda ce vrijeme posluziti.


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 21:28

Malo chipsa, malo spora, malo ovo, malo ono, odoše patike o5 u qratz...


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#818 alberto.ascari

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 21:30

Narucio i woodchips. Ne znam od cega je ali je jeftin. Upali, ne upali makar cu se malo zezati preko prvomajskih praznika. Valjda ce vrijeme posluziti.

 

Nećeš morati da zalivaš. :wicked: 

 

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#819 Honey Badger

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 21:39

Nećeš morati da zalivaš. :wicked:

 

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Meh. http://www.bbc.co.uk...r/2643743?day=4

 

A danas, cim sam se vrno sa arbajta pokrio paradajz. Sljedecih nekoliko dana ce biti malo hladnije nocu, pa za svaki slucaj:

 

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#820 Honey Badger

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Posted Yesterday, 09:55

Garden Giant (King Stropharia):

 

 

 

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WHY GROW KING STROPHARIA?

The list of reasons that you should grow King Stropharia mushrooms in your garden is probable far longer than we’ve written below, but here’s a start:

  • Tasty – They’ve got a delicious rich mushroomy flavor with undertones of red wine and potatoes.
  • Easy – They’re incredibly easy to grow. Just get some spawn from a good source, make a wood chip & spawn + cardboard layered “lasagna” in a good spot, and voila! You’ll have large mushrooms within months (during warm, wet weather).
  • Cleaners – They’re excellent at “cleaning” soil and water. If you keep chickens, ducks or even livestock, they’re known for remediating the nasty stuff (non-scientific name for it) while producing edible fruiting bodies that don’t contain any harmful residues left over from the molecular structures they’ve broken down.
  • Soil – If you want good garden or farm soil, this is a great shroom for you. They quickly break down biomass like wood chips, converting it into rich soil that is teeming with life (they even parasitize and kill certain detrimental nematodes that would otherwise damage your plant roots).
  • Prolific – They produce huge amounts of food in a short period of time and chunks of their mycelial web can be taken out of one wood chip bed and placed in another wood chip covered bed with similar amazing results.

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