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Northern Ireland mushroom crops: 1995

S. B. L. Kidd

Northern Ireland mushroom crops: 1995

by S. B. L. Kidd

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Published by Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mushroom industry -- Northern Ireland.,
  • Pesticides -- Northern Ireland.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementS.L.B. Kidd, S. Jess and T. McCallion.
    SeriesPesticide usage survey report -- 140
    ContributionsJess, S., McCallion, T., Great Britain. Department of Agriculture for Northern Ireland.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination39p. :
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21763536M
    ISBN 101855273470
    OCLC/WorldCa45306285

      In , in Ireland, the potato crops were failing and potato plants were turning black and rotten Become a Simple History member:   [5] Brian Barton, Northern Ireland in the Second World War (Belfast, ), p. 84 ; Keith Jeffery, 'The British Army and Ireland since ' in Thomas Bartlett and Keith Jeffery (eds), A military history of Ireland (Cambridge, ), p.

    Scallops are in Season in Ireland in Winter. What are they? Scallops are bi-valve molluscs, easily recognisable by their pretty radially ribbed shells which (although this is out of fashion at the moment) can used for presentation; the shells are also useful for cooking and serving other small fish dishes, and there was a time when they were widely used as ash trays They have a subtle. Mushroom growing may seem complicated but our mushroom dowels, mushroom spawn and complete mushroom growing kits all provide full instructions and everything you will need to grow your own mushrooms - no specialist equipment is are virtually fat and calorie-free and packed full of vitamins and minerals to keep you feeling on top.

    Your second day will begin at Glenarm Estate and Walled Gardens, a beautiful selection of crops and plants—including thousands of tulips celebrated at the annual Tulip Festival, near is the perfect castle escape to explore Ireland’s oldest walled gardens and statues, or enjoy 19th-century afternoon tea in the Mushroom : Niamh Mcgovern. Author: M.C.F. Cook: DOI: /ActaHortic Abstract: The paper describes difficulties encountered in the use of cross-sectional annual enterprise records, as a primary source of data, for the estimation of physical response functions for mushroom production in Northern Ireland.


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