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Growing up in a family of 13, Phillip Vowles learned to appreciate the effort it took to feed all his brothers and sisters. So when he started harvesting his own crop, he decided to supersize his venture. As Phillip says, “big vegetables feed big families.” Today, his giant veggies top-out at over 100 pounds and can feed more than just a few families.
A remarkable study performed at Chiang Mai University, Thailand and published in the American Journal of Cardiology last July, found that the administration of curcuminoids, natural phenols within the spice turmeric, reduced the frequency of myocardial infarction (heart attack) after coronary artery bypass in a group of 121 patients randomly selected to receive a placebo or 4 grams a day …
Food Security: Could You Grow Your Own? How long does it take to grow your own food? Give that a little thought. If you’re starting from scratch, it will probably take you years before you can reliably produce your own food. Even if you’re an accomplished gardener, it still takes several weeks, or months, to produce a harvest.
But the government in Venezuela just recommended that their citizens should start growing their own food right away to deal with the food crisis in that country. The biggest problem with their plan is this: While it takes years to learn how to grow your own food, it only takes 40 days to starve. Read the whole story at this link:http://thegrownetwork.com/long-take-grow-food/
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Mushroom Hunting for Food and Fun Are you feeling brave today? Mushroom hunting is an ancient practice in many cultures, and there are many people active mushroom hunters today. People hunt mushrooms for many different reasons… but it’s important for all of them to be able to identify exactly what they’re picking.
Probably the best way to get started identifying mushrooms is to find someone who is a local expert in your region. And we found a list that should make that nice and easy for you. You can find that list, and read lots of other helpful tips and tricks, at this link:http://thegrownetwork.com/mushroom-hunting-food-fun/
6 Ways Mushrooms Can Save the Earth Paul Stamets is a mushroom genius. He has mushroom patents, mushroom companies, mushroom products – you name it. Right now, he’s involved in two separate NIH studies that are looking into mushrooms as a therapy for cancer and HIV. He’s a serious mushroom expert.
In this video, Paul explains 6 different ways that mushrooms could help save the planet. This video is a bit… well… nerdy – but it’s full of great information. Do you know what mushrooms, the internet, and dark matter all have in common? Click here to find out:http://thegrownetwork.com/6-ways-that-mushrooms-can-save-the-world/
Growing Mushrooms on Logs It’s exciting to hear about all of the new uses that are being found for mushrooms, but it’s even more exciting to see how easy it is for you to get started growing your own mushrooms at home. All you need is a log, a drill, and some spores that you can buy from a nursery or online.
This article includes a few great resources that will teach you everything you need to know. And there’s also a video of mushroom guru Tradd Cotter demonstrating how you can get started growing your own mushrooms right away. You won’t believe how easy it is…http://thegrownetwork.com/growing-mushrooms-logs/
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