even Though everything has been shut down, and nothing is quite as it used to, runs the sand anyway daily through the sand timer. We are moving towards the summer fast approaching, and while for some giving rise to the melancholy of the summer's volatility, swarming other cheering out in the wild to gather. August and september are glorious months, if you are fond of foraging in the open.
In the year, where many are on holiday at home because of the pandemic, and may therefore be tempted to harvest from nature's larder, there is reason for concern. According to the ranger Emil Sanderhoff have to think very well before you begin to pick of nature's fruits. More plants can be poisonous to the touch, and deadly to eat, he says to TV2.
At this time of the summer are mainly two plants, one should take heed of, tells naturvejlederen: Hemlock and gifttyde. Both plants confused namely easy with wild chervil, which may be attractive to the diners. A mistake here can cost dearly.
- Gifttyden looks very harmless, but it is very toxic. It can kill you in a quarter of an hour, if you take a bite of the leaf, " says Emil Sanderhoff for TV2.
Holiday - 11. aug. 2020 - pm. 19:40 Would reduce the stock with the poison: Now being australian vildhunde larger and larger
It is not only the plants, that gives the reason for the warning. Fungi are not infrequently the cause of the call, Giftlinjen receive. On Giftlinjens list of the five most toxic mushrooms at home, performs the green agaric and embossed giftslørhat, which just at the moment give cause for concern. Back in 2017, the cost of the former two children.
Under the Giftlinjens 10 advice says that you should only collect the mushrooms, you know, can be eaten. You need to stick to it, you can pick with secure identification, otherwise, one must in the supermarket. Many fungi and plants can be difficult to identify. It is therefore advised Emil Sanderhoff that you just experiment with to pick and eat plants and mushrooms under a result of a knowledgeable, he says to TV2.
Holiday - 7. aug. 2020 - pm. 19:30 So dangerous is rip currents