We are two Botany enthusiasts currently interested in some agribusiness projects, even though our expertise is on computer software and networking we are actively involved in experimental greenhouse farming. Due to our jobs we have unlimited free time infront of our computers allowing us to research anything we wonder thoroughly. We focus this free time mainly on Botany and Mycology, we also devote considerable time on many other fields yet they are secondary.

At the moment we are slowly gathering input data from Wikipedia and various other sources. Since we are actively involved in some forums in our native language related to Botany and Environmental Issues, however we will slowly yet steadily increase our devotion to this blog. That said stay in tune if our blog is to your liking and feel free to ask us anything about your troubles on Mediterranean or Tropical Agriculture&Botany we don’t charge you for any consulting, and we can be of use to you by helping you fight pests organically or we can give you advises on how to build sustainable farms…

Take care friends of nature.

Written on February 1st, 2012

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    Michael Brown commented

    I am a small grower in NJ just getting started with small fruit and berries. I work as a school librarian full-time and so I also spend a lot of time in front of a computer doing research. I’m looking for any information coming out of educational or governmental agencies regarding small commercial plantings of jostaberry. Thanks for any help you can give me.

    14 February 2013 at 13:42

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