Strange mushrooms of NW Ontario

Strange mushrooms of NW Ontario

Strange mushrooms of NW Ontario A summer and fall of hunting and identifying wild plants and mushrooms here in Northwest Ontario has lead me to many realizations, the least of which is that there are alot of strange things out there growing in our forests – and...
The Dirt on your soil – Classifying your soil

The Dirt on your soil – Classifying your soil

The Dirt on your soil – Classifying your soil The soil is not dirt, dirt you wash off. The soil is a rich amalgamation of decomposition. From chemical decomposition of rocks into sands, silts and clay, to organic decomposition of plant and animal material and most...
Heirloom seeds

Heirloom seeds

Heirloom Seeds Heirloom seeds quite simply are seeds that have been, over generations, bred to withstand the soil conditions, climate and local diseases and conditions and to maximise their yield under local conditions. Some other great features of heirlooms are they...
Yellow Beans Harvest

Yellow Beans Harvest

So, I planted a single 2 foot by 8 foot box of yellow bush beans on June 8th. Planted at 4 plants per square foot in an un-elevated garden box. Due to life, pretty much no maintenance occurred, weeds were allowed and did run rampant, once in a while id remember to...

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