Back Issues – Volume XIII
2004-2005

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Volume XIII of The Mushroom Growers’ Newsletter includes 12 issues from Volume XIII Number 1 – May 2004 through Volume XIII Number 12 – April 2005. This is a paper product and will be mailed to you.

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Volume XIII: May 2004 – April 2005 (12 Issues)

This is a paper product and will be mailed to you.

Table of Contents

 

May 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Dave and Dee’s at Expo
    • Potential Buyers in Your Area
    • Bart Minor’s Warning No Joke
    • Hamakua Cruise Ship Tour
    • 1,000,000 Rich Farmers
    • Fifth International Conference
    • Sylvan Merger Delayed
    • Shiitake on Pine
    • DNP Farm Coming
    • Farmers’ Market Advantage
    • EU Prices and Chinese Quota
    • Workers’ Rights in Ontario
    • PictSweet Property Development
    • Kennett Square and Health Care
    • Union Abuse in Ventura?
    • Cultivation History
    • Pay at Middlebrook
    • New Rhode Island Growers
    • Vegetarian Week in the UK
    • Mushroom Compost Sale
    • Marketing with Morels
  • Pennsylvania Composting
  • Hericium for Alzheimers
  • Organic Growers and Farmers’ Markets
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, Mexico and Poland.

June 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Carl Fields Passes
    • Hungarian Cooperative
    • Atlantic Suspends Operations
    • Pharmanex Touts Research on Cordyceps
    • Exotic Mushroom Cultivation Training
    • South Mills Atlanta Sales
    • Mushrooms at United 2004
    • Reishi Fights Cancer
    • More Grants for Ireland
    • SARE Grants Available
    • Restaurant Mushroom Promotion Includes Bai ling
    • Chanel puts Kombucha in a Bottle
    • ZIMGA Getting New Markets
    • Medicinal Mushroom Conference
    • Trade: Thailand – China
    • Urban Growers in Zimbabwe
    • Russell-Girard Farm Mentioned
    • Positive press for Petaluma
    • Flying Pig Farm on Tour
    • Dubbo Farm Sale Falls Through
    • Grant Supports Wind River
    • New DiGiorgio Farm Coming
    • Tobacco Growers Struggle
  • The Slow Food Movement
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

July 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Kaolin Workers Keep Union
    • Monterey Featured
    • Redbud Shiitake Dill Dip
    • Corn Cobs to Korea
    • Hobb’s Book Available Again
    • More positive Press for Petaluma
    • Will There be No More Composting in Penn Township?
    • Sylvan Merger Completed
    • Sher Rockee Mentioned
    • Monaghan and Carbury Merge
  • Irish Mushroom Industry at Crossroads
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

August 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Imports Climbing
    • Stamets to Speak to Bioneers
    • Supplement Marketer Must Pay
    • Book is Now in Spanish
    • Leizenzi Mushroom Remedy
    • Greenwood Sued
    • Rain Forest Farm Featured
    • Research to Reduce Odors
    • AMI and Department of Labor
    • C.F. Meadows Farm
    • Water Hyacinth Substrate
    • Sylvan Spawn and Snyder
    • Rice Growers Deal with Straw
    • New Guyana Mushroom Industry
    • Monterey Featured Again
    • Rudy’s Exotic Mushrooms
  • State Agricultural Promotions and You
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

September 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Training Opportunity
    • Bhutan – Aiming at the International Market
    • Polish Industry Grows
    • Fight Over Control of Cordyceps
    • Huitlacoche A New Crop
  • Annual Mushroom Report
  • North Carolina Truffle Industry
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

October 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Mushrooms to Fight Cancer
    • Oysters in AIDS Treatment
    • Fires Threaten Mushroom Farms
    • New Rainforest Mushroom
    • Mushrooms and Prostate Cancer
    • Wild Matsutake
    • Specialty Food Industry
    • Texas Mushroom Festival
    • Author Uses Reishi
    • Mushroom Council Update
    • Final Hearing on Farm
    • Co-op research in New Zealand
    • Kaolin Contract Close
    • Hericium erinaceum in Malaysia
    • Thailand Turns to Shiitake
  • Getting Up to Speed with PACA
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

November 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Fitz Fresh Joins Alliance
    • Permit Denied to Needham
    • Willow mountain Featured
    • Indian States Grow Mushrooms
    • Ponderosa Raises Profile
    • Journalists Tour Indonesian Farm
    • Issues at Monagham
    • Ventura Farm For Sale
    • All Season Farm Featured
    • Medalla Wins Award
    • Chefs Offer Ideas
    • Mushroom Council Job Available
    • Mandatory Assessment Rises
    • Matsutake Situation
    • Deadly Mushroom NOT Oyster
    • Turkey Tail and Breast Cancer
  • Locally Grown
  • Sinking Organic Ship?
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

December 2004

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Tips on Mushroom Cookery
    • Irish Researchers Host Meeting
    • Pine Mushroom Factory
    • Oregon Matsutake Season Ends
    • Help for Maine Producers
    • Canadian Workers Intimidated?
    • Chinese Promote Green Food
    • Grants Help Pennsylvania Farms
    • Fresh Shipments Grow
    • Carl Fields Honored
    • Kaolin Wins Award
  • Money’s to Close U.S. Farms
  • Using a Task Force
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, and Mexico.

January 2005

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Ventura Farm Sold
    • Hay Supply Burns
    • Money’s Problem
    • Phillips Gets Kudos
    • Farmers to Get Rich
    • Shiitake Adoption Slow in Nepal
    • Fitz Supports Wetlands
    • Morel Cheddar
    • Sunrise Farm Burns
    • Farmer Seeks Ag Security
    • Fewer Canning Companies
    • Mushroom Production to Grow
    • Brits to Celebrate Mushrooms
    • High Prices Bring Substitutes
    • Univeg and Seald Sweet
    • Turkey Tail for Cancer
    • Orphanage to Grow Mushrooms
    • Mushrooms on Route 41
    • BC Regulations Change
    • AMI to Celebrate 50th
  • EEMC Settles AntiTrust Case
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, Mexico and Poland.

February 2005

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Organic Growers Exempt from Assessments
    • Mushroom Council Members
    • Taiwan Mushroom Farms
    • Gourmet Mushrooms in Sunset
    • EU Mushroom Promotion
    • Kaolin Award Questioned
    • Natural Logs in England
    • Money’s Farms Now Closed
    • Union to Benefit California Farm
  • A Leap: Lab Tests to Effectiveness in Humans
  • The State of Mushroom Nutritional Research
  • The Consumer Viewpoint
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, Mexico and Poland.

March 2005

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Mathews Leaves EMMC
    • Workers Stop at Rakhra
    • Agri-Tourism in Taiwan
    • Kenyan Mushrooms to Europe
    • Chinese Train South Africans
    • Generic Marketing to Hit UK
    • Brits Fight Compost Operation
    • Mycelial Combat
    • Truffle Thieves
  • Carbohydrate Profile Revealed
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, Japan, Mexico and Poland.

April 2005

  • Bits and Pieces
    • Coupons at Farmers’ Markets
    • Franklin Sells Property to State
    • Rain Forest Farm Featured
    • New York Farm Viability Institute Awards Grants
    • Merbein Workers File Suit
    • Heveco May Move
    • Iranian Farm May be Largest
    • Mushroom Conference Announcement
    • Shiitake in North Carolina
    • Oregon Garden Compost
    • Persimmon Hill in the News
    • Retail Theater at Whole Foods
  • U.S. – World Mushroom Update
  • Weekly Wholesale Market Prices: Chicago, Dallas, Miami, New York and San Francisco; plus spot prices in Canada, France, United Kingdom, Mexico and Poland.

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Weight .88 lbs
Dimensions 11 x 8.5 x .5 in

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