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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 23/05/18, 13:58

Guibnd wrote:
Did67 wrote:It's going too fast for me - no time to answer everything: ...

complain!



Far be it from me to complain ... It was rather to apologize in case one or the other was waiting for an answer ...
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

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Did67 wrote:
Guibnd wrote:
Did67 wrote:It's going too fast for me - no time to answer everything: ...

complain!

Far be it from me to complain ... It was rather to apologize in case one or the other was waiting for an answer ...

and to say that your initial fear was to see this thread die : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen: : Mrgreen:
he's doing pretty well at today's date
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 23/05/18, 17:34

Yes, you're right to remind me!

I appreciate of course the "life" of this thread, all the contributions ... Well, we can not catch up with "Humor". Unbeatable !!!

I really appreciate that he is not "trolled". That skids - including mine - are extremely rare!
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby olivier75 » 23/05/18, 18:29

Well yes, he come not talk dustin?
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 23/05/18, 19:11

Do not be stupid! Sometimes his search engine spots us !!!!!!!!!!

He does not want to argue. He is right. And he knows everything. He even discovered that I did not have a diploma so that I tell nonsense (nice for those who have no diploma!).
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby calousorb » 23/05/18, 22:52

nico239 wrote:
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It's good but the challenge is to recover the water that falls on the entire surface of the tunnel : Idea:

On Pinterest Image must be a little clever who found something

For me the challenge is to water my greenhouse without torturing my mind. I have many other challenges in my life to not add unnecessary! But everyone's way of seeing things !! Speaking of challenge growing under hay is already one, for the gardener semi-conventional that I was !!


What I said did not refer to YOUR system.

Well, of course, you do what you want.

But what we were talking about above and that concerns a reflection IN GENERAL for - possibly - find a system to recover the water fell on 40 or 50m2 greenhouse.

The recovery of rainwater is far from being a useless challenge. Image


I said it was useless for me, in the sense that I have everything I need to recover more easily from my gutters : Lol:

For late afternoon news a beautiful storm with intense rain. My 1000 l container completely empty is filling the time of this storm, and my 4 other containers in which there was about 600 l each are also full or almost! Here I am with 5000l, what to see coming summer and heat wave !!
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Mixieer56 » 24/05/18, 10:37

Did67 wrote:Do not be stupid! Sometimes his search engine spots us !!!!!!!!!!

He does not want to argue. He is right. And he knows everything. He even discovered that I did not have a diploma so that I tell nonsense (nice for those who have no diploma!).


During round tables a: with senior executives, they often displayed their diplomas and other universities attended .... when my turn came, I invariably replied: "I do not have the BAC + 30, self-taught without a license, and I spent a lot of time in the School of the Street and Life! "
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Julienmos » 24/05/18, 20:59

just a moment ago a memorable storm, a deluge, a shower of water as I do not remember having seen before ... and what's more, it was endless.

External pipes (leading to the sewer), quickly saturated, it did not absorb anymore and worse, it repressed!

too much water at once, with that coming from roofing, drainage around the house, runoff water etc.

I had up to 50 cm of water in the yard in front of the garage door (and despite a submerged pump that drove back to the back of the garden) and of course despite a good seal of my door, my garage and partially the rest of the basement were flooded ...

on the other hand, not the least puddle in the kitchen garden! I know that my land is permeable (thank you anecic?) But it's still a bit surprising, because at the neighbor there was, on his ground "motoculté", real small pools!
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 24/05/18, 21:21

Julienmos wrote:just a moment ago a memorable storm, a deluge, a shower of water as I do not remember having seen before ... and what's more, it was endless.

External pipes (leading to the sewer), quickly saturated, it did not absorb anymore and worse, it repressed!

too much water at once, with that coming from roofing, drainage around the house, runoff water etc.

I had up to 50 cm of water in the yard in front of the garage door (and despite a submerged pump that drove back to the back of the garden) and of course despite a good seal of my door, my garage and partially the rest of the basement were flooded ...

on the other hand, not the least puddle in the kitchen garden! I know that my land is permeable (thank you anecic?) But it's still a bit surprising, because at the neighbor there was, on his ground "motoculté", real small pools!

I knew the flood of the basement, so I pity you
if not why wonder the situation at the neighbor, a land worked, plated by the previous rains do not know any more absorbed so normal
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 24/05/18, 21:55

Julienmos wrote:on the other hand, not the least puddle in the kitchen garden! I know that my land is permeable (thank you anecic?) But it's still a bit surprising, because at the neighbor there was, on his ground "motoculté", real small pools!


Too bad you have been busy elsewhere! It was necessary to film this, for the incredulous!

In a land you seemed to say was heavy, it seems to me ... Well no sand, what!

Yes, thank you anecic! And you understand that when I say, in my book, that we quickly put the floods on the sole back of climate change, while without a doubt the destruction of the anecdotes (I remember that we spend about 250 / m² to 10 per m² after a few years of tillage with rotating tools!) plays a major role.
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