Category Archives: Fungus

Guest Bloggers Wanted.

Here is the deal. I love this website. I worked really hard to get it where it is, and I would like to see it go to another level. The problem is, I just don’t have the time to write … Continue reading

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DIYFS Podcast #14- Talking aquaponics with Glynn Barber, President of the Indiana Aquaculture Association

So a little while ago I had the distinct pleasure of sitting down with Glynn Barber, who is the President of the Indiana Aquaculture Association and the inventor of ECSIA. During the interview we discussed aquaponics from a variety of … Continue reading

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The Four stages of growing Shitake Mushrooms (way easier than you think)

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Grow gourmet Mushrooms at home- DIY method

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Growing oyster mushrooms in used coffee grounds.

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A three part mushroom growing tutorial

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Paul Wheatons Keynote Speech from the S California Permaculture Convergence. Super informative.

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Forums and Community

So I was considering adding a forum here at DIY Food Supply, then I remembered that I don’t have time to manage one, and I tend to lurk on forums quite a bit more than I participate. So even though … Continue reading

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An invitation to all urban permaculturists.

Here at DIY Food Supply, our primary focus is on bringing permaculture to the city. Our way of thinking has led us to believe two things that resulted in this occupation. 1. Applying permaculture to the urban environment has the … Continue reading

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Ted Talk: Paul Staments on 6 ways fungus can save the world.

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A fresh look at Zaytuna Farm (Geoff Lawtons Permaculture center)

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Want to grow mushrooms? Here is a technique.

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