I can’t believe we have Grand Romaines, and please do check out the Red tilapias.
The weather’s starting to get a whole lot warmer and it’s affecting the germination rate of the microgreens.
It’s the Panellus Stipticus growing In Vitro in a BRF Tek 1/2 pint jar. This one was inoculated November 1, 2017. I wanted to see if it glowed in the
First 1/4 kilograms of Fanfare lettuce. I cut a few from a few boards and was pretty excited about it. It’s not a lot but it’s a good start. Finally…
This jar was inoculated Nov. 1st of 2017. It’s been 104 days – about 3.5 months! So now I’m not really sure how this works. I tried searching the web
I love that Starbucks give out their used coffee grounds daily. It allows me to start testing without having to wait till I have enough at home. I packed a
I built my first low budget vertical structure for the microgreens. I used: (8) 3M 1/2″ pvc pipes (20) Ts (4) 45 elbows (6) T5 lights at 600Watts/tube (1) Power
I’ve been playing around with arugula, kale, sunflower and broccoli microgreens, and so far the only one I’m able to grow successfully is the arugula. I tried to follow Urban
I’m finally back in Manila! After all the crazy holiday gatherings and trips, I’ve finally settled in. I didn’t get to visit the Taguig farm again until after the New
I can’t believe I did it. I was a bit worried leaving them unattended but 3 weeks later, Isa went home to thriving straphorias! I’m so excited. The shiitakes look
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