Category Archives: Grassland Management

Mole Hills on Cae Mari Jones

Mole Hills on Cae Mari Jones I don’t think any scyther enjoys meeting a mole hill while mowing a good crop of hay. It interrupts the flow of your scythe strokes, and worse still, blunts your blade! We obviously have a very healthy population of moles on the farm if the quantity of mole hills is anything to go by. Cae Mari Jones, our main … Continue reading Mole Hills on Cae Mari Jones »

Colourful Waxcap Fungi found at Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust

penboyr violet coral

Clavaria zollingeri (Violet Coral) in Penboyr churchyard My daughter and I have had an interest in Waxcaps (Hygrocebe spp) and associated fungi since we were lucky enough to discover an important site for them at Penboyr Churchyard (os ref: SN 360363), a short walk from our home. We have been enjoying their display for several autumns now, including the rare Violet CoralClavaria zollingeri. This amazing … Continue reading Colourful Waxcap Fungi found at Dyfed Permaculture Farm Trust »