Tag Archives: fungi

RTBG 12th May 2022

A blanket of greyed clouds formed the umbrella for the day, and the temperature failed to rise to anything remotely comfortable – Neil had started before us in 4 degrees. At lunch we sat in the hardly ‘balmy’ temperature of … Continue reading

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Returning from the west, from Strathgordon-part 3 of 3

Five minutes’ walk from the Pedder Wilderness Lodge we’d noted a sign ‘Forest Trail 30 mins’. No track should be left untrod and so I walked its length as soon as I had left my room in the morning. The … Continue reading

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Tasmania is rich in fungi

Thanks John for alerting me to this ABC news website and story about the exoticism of our Tasmanian forest fungi. It is one of the values of having a national broadcaster and news service that, despite political interference in terms … Continue reading

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Black spot on peas

I have used bales of pea straw to mulch my garden regularly. From time to time tendrils of self-sown peas emerge, grow a little and then, without my providing any sort of vertical supports for climbing they languish across the … Continue reading

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