Procedure for planting heat lovers into the garden, like peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, & more!

You have the your property.

This hack was used to repair my watering can better than new.

Using the green plastic lid of an orange juice screw on bottle top inset perfectly into the cup of the broken spout.

Then just a matter of drilling holes in the lid and using an exterior deck screw to fix everything together.

Works better than new!

I've attached a picture here:

So happy right now, moved the juvenile chickens into their forever home! join me on this epic journey, it's a long video but I feel like it's worth watching all the way through in one sitting. Video shot over the course of the last 3 months.

Messing with CAD software, been a long while since my last try drafting and so rather than worry about accuracy in model proportions abstract things like the difference between a 2x4 or a 4x4. As such had this work been turned into my hand drawn drafting teacher inbox, he would have failed it. He was very strict.

Needless to say the act of building this model got the process going for me, it's a rough draft designed on a free phone app, saved as a dwg file. Not so bad! Building a chicken coop.

I have a T430 with a broken screen as a headless SmartOS hypervisor and my personal daily driver is a T430s running Fedora. I've been buying replacements T430 laptops whenever mine has issues. I'm just fearful that eventually the supply chain will break down for these old laptops and we won't have something to leapfrog to. New Lenovo gear is not the same.

@ohellno all that said it might be worth it for me to jump start the kitchen zone 1 gardens.

@ohellno I'm better off trying to make my own but it's crazy how much money he must be making.

@ohellno yeah I'm a long time fan of edible Acres and will drawn from their systems for inspiration when raising my flock (6 Leghorn hopeful hens!)

I've been following them for so long and always feeling 10 steps behind catching up to them. They are great people Shawn and Sasha with a lot of grit, that's for sure.

I went to buy Rick hammers compost this morning and learned he values his product at $2,000 (20 yards delivered)

Signal tried to use Instagram ads to display the data Facebook collects



Signal tried to use Instagram ads to display the data Facebook collects about you and sells access to.

Facebook wasn't into the idea, and shut down our account instead:


Happy International Workers’ Day.

"Our labor creates all wealth." Ricardo Levins Morales, Northland Poster Collective, 2004

A number I want to try to memorize, 1 acre ~= 43,560 square feet.

Most #Plants Depend On A #Fungi-#Bacteria Relationship We've Been Overlooking

Agricultural scientists may have overlooked a #symbiotic relationship essential to the success of #food production. Its discovery may bring potential to supercharge it to enhance #crop growth, replacing artificial #fertilizers that come with a host of undesirable consequences.

#Biodiversity #Fungi #Biology

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