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Gavin Ireland Oct 17
These shaggy inkcap went nicely in our wild mushroom quiche, served at our &feast event in Lee Valley Park. @ Lee Valley Country Park
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toast.tutshill Oct 18
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LGSeedsUK Oct 18
Little sneak peak of some of our behind the scenes action. Filming a series of videos in our fodder beet trials today with Martin Titley, our forage expert!
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allthatsheeats Oct 12
@ Growing Communities Farmers Market
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Hawk Off Oct 17
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La Crosse Seed Oct 16
Talking maturity indexes, seed tag laws, breeding and more EXCITING topics (to us at least) at our annual Sales & Operations Kickoff.
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Oliver Seeds Oct 17
looking Fym applied, Ploughed 2t/acre lime applied, grazed twice with a third planned for the spring. Perfect break before a planned diverse ley for sheep.
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Bill Weir 18h
Yesterday’s . Not as plentiful as I’d hoped for but I did find my first of the season and they cleaned up nicely. Now the real problem, my wife doesn’t like their taste. Sigh.
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Innovation PEI Oct 17
Getting started at Forage PEI with Michael Smith, Anita Stewart, and Jeremy Charles PEI
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Ryan R Oct 17
Always an adventure with this person ❤️
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The Ag Journo 17h
Replying to @severs_jeanette
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Erin Colleen Oct 17
Fall is so fun Lots of fun stuff to for right now I wasnt even trying today and I found a bunch of which are full of vitamin C and I I literaly was walking and a fell from a tree and hit me in the head my 2 year old thought it was hilarious
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Perth City Centre Oct 11
is a foragers haven! 🌿The ability to separate the 'do eats' from the 'do not eats' is a skill that goes back thousands of years. Plants with Purpose & Appletreeman tells us how to take on your own adventure!
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Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station Oct 18
John Jennings talks fall forage crops during a forage field day at
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LonokeUAEXCat Oct 18
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Wild Mountain Explorer Oct 16
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Andrew R. Ford Oct 16
We ordered a new Claas Baler. Anyone interested in our New Holland 7060 Silage Special Round Baler? 9000 bales, 1500 on new belts. Net and twine, Extra Sweep pickup. Located in SE MI. Retweets appreciated!
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Conn Coll Lib + Tech Oct 15
One of the most popular publications in our last month with 400+ downloads: Bulletin No. 29: Common Mushrooms of New England | carefully out there folks, and responsibly!
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Pork & Co Oct 15
Nice change from Pork prep!! Day off foraging.
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📓T. Smith ✒️ Oct 14
Salted, wild horseradish leaf.
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