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Weed control with Gardener’s Choice bark mulch

Gardener’s Choice is the safe solution to the problem of weeding. A layer of Gardener’s Choice bark to a depth of 4in (100mm) will prevent the emergence of weeds.

Hydroponics made easy at West Coast Grow Shop

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West Coast Grow Shop caters for a specialised type of growing. It stocks some of the best international hydroponic systems. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, it caters for all growing and hydroponic needs.

Hydroponics made easy at West Coast Grow Shop

West Coast Grow Shop caters for a specialised type of growing. It stocks some of the best international hydroponic systems. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, it caters for all growing and hydroponic needs.

Hydroponics made easy at West Coast Grow Shop

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West Coast Grow Shop caters for a specialised type of growing. It stocks some of the best international hydroponic systems. Whether you are a beginner or an expert, it caters for all your growing and hydroponic needs.

Celebrate summer strawberry season with nutritious salad dish

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Bord Bia is encouraging consumers to ‘ Celebrate Strawberry Season’ and to enjoy tasty strawberries as a snack or in a delicious summer-fresh dish. Locally grown strawberries are naturally sweet which makes them the ideal healthy alternative snack for all ages!

Council signs up to partnership with All-Ireland Pollinator Plan

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At a ceremony at the recent Mayo Day event in Turlough House, Cathaoirleach of Mayo County Council, Cllr Blackie Gavin and Chief Executive Peter Hynes, signed a framework agreement with the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan, to formalise Mayo County Council’s long-term commitment to support pollinators in the county.

May is a time for strawberries

Cara Cunningham, MINDI, Community Dietitian

County Council announces publication of a sustainable agricultural strategy for Mayo

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Mayo County Council, in conjunction with its partners: Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture & Food, the National Parks and Wildlife Service, the Irish Farmers Association and the Irish Natura and Hill Farmers Association, which form the Mayo Agricultural Working Group and the Planning, Environment and Agriculture Strategic Policy Committee - have published a new strategy entitled: “A Sustainable Agricultural Strategy for Mayo”.

Green habits, green pots and lots of lovely green leaves

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The gentlemen with whom I share my home (one husband and one child) are disinclined, at the best of times, to partake of vegetables of any description, and though they might be tolerated as a necessary evil occasionally – on top of a pizza, for instance – salad leaves of any kind seem to give rise to a red line. They are, after all, food for rabbits – and I suppose I must have been a rabbit in a former life because they are one of my absolute favourite things. It winds me up though, that the only way to buy them is usually as a whole head of one kind of lettuce – boring! – or as a mixture in a bag – much more interesting and delicious, but it’s hard to get through a whole bag by yourself before they get limp and lifeless, and I hate waste. So this week I’ve been planting my own ‘cut and come again’ lettuce.

Hodson Bay the host venue for Teagasc National Dairy Conference

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‘Making Dairy Farming More Sustainable’ was the theme of this year’s Teagasc National Dairy Conference which took place at the Hodson Bay Hotel, Athlone, recently.

 

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