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Any woodchip or log tip is very welcome and hugely appreciated, we have a large communal garden at the back of the house, woodchip is excellent for paths, mulch, compost, biochar making and soil building. Access is very easy straight to the driveway next to bins on top of a wood chip covered drive already, from the main road number 30 Grove Park on the right just up the hill from Chadwick Road large tipper lorry can drive straight up and tip! Thanks so much.
This Nat geographic story looks at a couple of design students who are making furniture from wood chip impregnated with the mycelium of Fomes fomentarius. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2017/09/mushroom-fungi-furniture-video-spd/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=Social&utm_content=link_fb20170922news-fungusfurniturevideo&utm_campaign=Content&sf116090384=1 I've often found examples out in the field where the mycelium sticks things together. like these branches which are bonded by a Phellinus species. (Possibly P. ferruginosus) I once left a couple of P. ignarius brackets in flower pot for a few nights (I'm kinda weird that way) and they became bonded together by the mycelium of one of them. looks like like these students might be on to something. .