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  •   Aaron reacted to this post about 6 months ago
    All my seeds are very slow to sprout this weather.. The wheatgrass isn't very happy not sure if its the seed. The clover is looking good and I've been eating the onion sprouts.
    • No Christopher I Don't.. Its probably something I should think about. I have them on a hot bed.. But the seed struggled to germinate even though INo Christopher I Don't.. Its probably something I should think about. I have them on a hot bed.. But the seed struggled to germinate even though I pre-sprouted them.   More ...
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    • Try it, a chap I met who grows wheatgrass uses lighting with great success also he uses organic compost. After that it may be the seeds!
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    • Il definitely look at lights ๐Ÿ‘
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    • I wonder how good artificial light is. It seems a bit counter intuitive to me.
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    • I took this picture of this person's wheat grass growing helped save there life so definitely intuitive.
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  •   Helen Begadon commented on this post about 6 months ago
    I have been learning about growing fungi at home. Itโ€™s a slow process with a lot of mistakes but very interesting.
    • Great stuff Aaron, please keep us informed cheers ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป
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    • Sofar all I have been able to grow oyster mushrooms directly from shop bought mushrooms. Just cut the stems off and place them in cardboard that hasSofar all I have been able to grow oyster mushrooms directly from shop bought mushrooms. Just cut the stems off and place them in cardboard that has been steamed/boiled and then drained so that itโ€™s damp.once they take on the cardboard i transfer them to straw or grain substrates.
      Iโ€™ve also tried growing them in Petri dishes on agar and several other methods.
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    • Great stuff Aaron thanks ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป
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    • That's fantastic Aaron.
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    • Amazing!
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  •   Sarah reacted to this post about 8 months ago
    I got some gorgeous organic seeds for sprouting from fruithill farm.. Can't wait for sunflower baby greens. ‏ — feeling happy
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  •   Susan reacted to this post about 8 months ago
    Wheatgrass๐ŸŒฑ I'm lucky enough to have a hot bed so I can grow all kinds of everything even when the temperature drops.
    Presoaked my seeds, and sowed on organic compost. I always cover my wheat seeds for a few days.
    I have also done some wheat seeds without compost and feed them to the horses.
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  •   Rachel kelly reacted to this post about 8 months ago
    Update on the kombucha, I have a gorgeous new baby scoby! I tried the kombucha after 5 days , still a bit sweet so it's been a week and kombucha tastes just right. Probably due to temp dipping to 18 at times. Stick on thermometre very heplpful. Very happy with this product , would recommend!
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  •   Helen Begadon reacted to this post about 11 months ago
    Tomatoes coming on nicely.
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