[-] [email protected] -5 points 8 hours ago

I thought having a conversation about the validity of their claims would be an okay thing to do in this community?

Or are you saying this place is for something else?

[-] [email protected] 2 points 9 hours ago

There’s no way this won’t affect the final CFM or Velocity of the air.

This would be no different than running it at a little less than 100% power, but wastes that energy instead.

Why else would they not provide any technical detail, even a wind velocity test would be huge FFS.

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You start your roots inside?

I placed my radishes and carrots together in a bowl and than put them in rows, this year I am disregarding rows and was planning on broadcasting them in one bed, but I also want parsnips and trying to figure out if I can do the same since they are a frost harvest.

The radishes protect the carrots while they germinate and are harvested before the carrots need the space, it also aerates and loosens the soil for the carrots.

[-] [email protected] 2 points 2 days ago

That’s the honesty I love seeing. You’re right, it could be done, but the effort for the extra week is just uggghh. And they aren’t hardened off yet anyways, so risk vs reward isn’t leaning that way. I’ve got some seeds I could risk though.

That day that’s rain and 5 above is just teasing snow without them saying it. The rain turned to snow for about 30 minutes this morning as well.

[-] [email protected] 5 points 2 days ago

Still a risk of frost, “official” last frost is May 30 here.

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[-] [email protected] 12 points 3 days ago

They just reload a previous cached comment, doesn’t matter how many times you edit or delete, it’s all logged and backed up.

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She’s fruity with just a hint of spice, cleaned this one up quickly with a canna brush, not hating the result actually.

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Additional info in comments.

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Me I just got done mine, snow and rain made it a little too wet to do fully, but I dealt with it.

Once the snow is melted (I get a few chances during the winter at least) I’ll clean up all the land mines from the dog, I’ll then give it a light rake to clean up the leaves and some of the dead grass.

Once I’ve done a light rake I’ll run the lawn mower over it at the highest setting, then the lowest setting. I grab a leaf rake and give it a good rake, I used to power rake, looking at getting a detatcher machine/rake next year. I aerated with a manual tool last year so skipped this year.

Once it’s gotten a good deep rake I will then give it a blow with the leaf blower before mowing at the lowest setting to clean it all up. After that I overseed with some white clover (only started last year) and regular grass seed. Then give a her a soak, in three weeks I’ll follow up with a fertilizer.

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Previous post for the reminder

And no still not planting outside for 2 more weeks likely. Look at those night time lows.

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All in all, it was over 5kg of material, but a lot of fan leaves and stems.

2x Durban Poison taken to day 65 in aeroponics with technaflora nutrients.

I mainly trim off the fan leaves and leave the rest for a dry trim, usually dryer here so try to leave more material as long as it’s got trichomes on it.

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Unfortunately the tomatoes weren’t able to be modified to put in here, and it’s not nice enough to go outside yet so they are gone.

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