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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 22/06/18, 08:06

yessss! : Wink:
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Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 25/06/18, 09:19

That's it, this time it's on: I lost almost all my shallots and I do not have much hope for my garlic and onions.
Well, considering the fleet that there was, it surprises me halfway.
For others, tomatoes, zucchini, chard and lettuce are doing well!

Can not say as much of my peppers and eggplants that have trouble going out.

Something else.

I find everywhere around my field, mainly in the forest, a kind of mushroom, well I think:

Here on a tree stump ...

Blob.JPG


... but I also have one on the feet of my vineyard : Shock:
Is that what you call Blob? Dangerous or not?

Have a good week !
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Did67 » 25/06/18, 09:27

Diabolorent wrote:That's it, this time it's on: I lost almost all my shallots and I do not have much hope for my garlic and onions.
Well, considering the fleet that there was, it surprises me halfway.
For others, tomatoes, zucchini, chard and lettuce are doing well!

Can not say as much of my peppers and eggplants that have trouble going out.



It corresponds in all respects to my panorama.

The shallots have "matured" very quickly and I have to tear them up urgently. It would already be done if I did not want to film that.

Garlic takes rust.

But, although I have not harvested yet, I do not think it's "lost". We must tear and dry. I took out some during a group visit on Saturday and even if the season was short, it's not ridiculous (even if it's not "mahousse" either).
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Did67 » 25/06/18, 09:39

Diabolorent wrote:... but I also have one on the feet of my vineyard : Shock:
Is that what you call Blob? Dangerous or not?

Have a good week !


No no. It looks like a mushroom.

I am not a mycologist (mushroom specialist), but it is a "beast" mushroom of the "saprophyte" type. A "digger" of dead wood.

Saprophytes are the most numerous mushrooms. They feed on organic matter already dead. Where a parasite feeds on living matter and thus creates a "disease". They are the ones we usually meet in the forest.

There are thousands and thousands of species of saprophytic mushrooms, which recycle wood.

That intrigues me on your vine, unless it's on a dead part. In case of injury, saprophytes can develop on the "heart" of woody plants, which are, I remind you, dead [the inside of a trunk of a living tree is made of dead wood; only the outer layer - the sapwood - is alive. This is how "hollow" trunks form, some of which house small chapels, etc.

https://photo.geo.fr/photos-10-arbres-r ... eur-398157

[see, down, the Saint-Ursin yew]

As a rule, a saprophyte is safe.

[PS: But it is also useless to "import" them into the garden, as some permaculturists do, on the grounds that it favors mycorrhizae. Mycorrhizae are very specific fungi of a particular family, the glomeromycetes, and they are strictly "symbiotic" - so never saprophytes. This cont not only different species, but different kinds. There is as much in common between such species of mycorrhizal fungi and such saprophytic mushrooms as between a man and an emperor penguin!]

[PS2: Basically, these saprophytes do a recycling work absolutely essential to the maintenance of the living: they "dismantle" wood, substances to which bacteria, worms, do not attack, and release carbon and minerals - little - that he imprisoned, so that new plants could develop. Far from the negative side that is projected on a "rot", it is an essential mechanism]
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 25/06/18, 10:24

Yes, even if some men are imperially penguins : Cheesy: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

OK thank you Did, I would watch it closely not to make me invade.

In fact, the mushroom on my vine is in height, on a large branch but nothing on the foot itself.
This is the first year that I see such a proliferation of this mushroom. There are plenty of undergrowth, especially on pines.

Particularly wet year : Mrgreen:
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 25/06/18, 13:50

Yes, this is most likely related to the "tropical" period that we have known. This mushroom must particularly like that.
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 25/06/18, 13:54

Quick search: it would be a Trametes !

http://mycorance.free.fr/valchamp/coriolacees.htm

Probably this one [to check: smell aniseed !]:

http://mycorance.free.fr/valchamp/champi767.htm
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 25/06/18, 16:39

Cool !!! A mushroom that smells like pasta !! : Lol: : Lol:
I should not have trouble recognizing this smell : Mrgreen:

Thanks for looking : Wink:

Edit: weird to see a picking period for an inedible mushroom : Shock:
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby Did67 » 25/06/18, 18:30

Diabolorent wrote:
Edit: weird to see a picking period for an inedible mushroom : Shock:


No doubt it is a standard format cards. And in a broad sense, "picking" is to be understood as "full development" ....
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Re: New lazy 04 kitchen garden

Unread Messageby guibnd » 25/06/18, 23:28

Diabolorent wrote:Cool !!! A mushroom that smells like pasta !! : Lol: : Lol:
I should not have trouble recognizing this smell : Mrgreen:

Thanks for looking : Wink:

Edit: weird to see a picking period for an inedible mushroom : Shock:

It depends ... if it's to offer : Twisted: : Mrgreen:
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