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

Unread Messageby Moindreffor » 13/12/17, 18:20

Ahmed wrote:I understood that it was paraffin or other similar bodies and that this device exploited the change of solid / liquid phase; it would be consistent with a trigger at a given temperature, whereas a dilation is linear ... :?:

yes indeed any change of state from solid to liquid is accompanied by an increase in volume (except for water) and a paraffin that would correspond well, not being a pure body it changes state on a beach temperatures and not at a fixed temperature

after following the mixture must be able to have ranges of different values ​​indeed, after it is a question of leverage to have a large opening with a small displacement, which requires a big couple, so we gain in offset but we loses in strength
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 13/12/17, 18:26

Lolounette wrote:

the PV = nRT came to me alone when I read "the gases are compressible" it must be due to an underlying trauma and still latent (damn it was boring these courses yuck!)

and for the part on the compressible fluids or not nothing came out alone because I hated more the mechanics of the fuides than the rest (triple yuk)

under torture I think we consider that the fluids are incompressible when they are static but that they are actually understandable when they are moving: I warned you that it was CHIANT these stuff (pouuuarkk!) and it reminds me of bad memories for me to go make the effort to check : Evil:


But no, it's a dreadful logic! Like a Lazy Potager. And this makes it possible not to be swept by a "storyteller" (like a "revolutionary process ionic transmutation electro-compulsive frequency change") (and other idiocy to catch the good people - a seller has managed to sell a "shape memory" cushion "used by NASA"- sic - to my mother-in-law, who believed it, I restrained myself from bursting out laughing, I am rather for a preventive management of unnecessary family conflicts, but afterwards I explained to my wife, that astronauts sleep "standing", exactly in any sense, as they are in a state of weightlessness, that they just slip into a kind of sleeping bag not to "drift" in the station...)
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Lolounette » 13/12/17, 18:34

you are teasing: they said used by NASA but just did not specify that it was the staff of the secretariat! : Mrgreen:
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Den54 » 13/12/17, 18:44

sicetaitsimple wrote:
Aurorenivert wrote: The borage is beautiful! It will resemble the following years, I hope!


It is a beautiful plant, very hilarious if I read well, but do you do something of the borage?



: roll: page 521, yes, me too, I ask myself the question, for this borage, I did not even noticed on the photos of Julien page 520, the answer in the thread without doubt ....
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Unread Messageby Did67 » 13/12/17, 19:31

The flowers are eaten and beautifully decorate a green salad (with a slightly salty / spicy taste reminiscent of oysters to some!). It has virtues in herbal tea.

That's what Rustica says: "To prepare an herbal tea, pour 1 cup of boiling water on 1 tablespoon of flowers, let infuse for 10 min, go in. Drink 2 cups a day, possibly sweetened with honey (in case of colds or bronchitis). "
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby nico239 » 14/12/17, 00:32

Moindreffor wrote:
nico239 wrote:
Moindreffor wrote:you mean between a semi inside and a semi outside under chassis


No between an indoor seedling and an outdoor seedling outside the frost period


my father-in-law never buys zucchini feet, cucumbers and pickles and sows always in the ground, he says it catches up, yes indeed, he has a good harvest, a little later but good on this kind of vegetables
for others like the tomato, the precocity is one of the factors of fight against the mildew so there I tightened more on the internal plane because you will win maybe not 2 months, but when you transplant to the period where you can sow , yes you gain time

sometimes there are spontaneous tomato leavens, you really see the gap between the transplanted plane and the plane that rises alone, I think Didier shows the difference in development between the 2, in his video on mildew


Ok thanks for the information....

I think I'll do like your grandfather this year if only to see ...
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby nico239 » 14/12/17, 00:35

Did67 wrote:
1) What is certain is that an 1 indoor seedling months in advance will not result, in the end, by 1 months in advance production issue ... It goes more slowly indoors, the exit "is a shock ... Etc.

I did not notice, but I had spontaneous levees (some shot in the video on late blight) very late, which almost caught up with the first crop issue.


Ok I'll settle for an outside: less work.
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby calousorb » 14/12/17, 07:47

Lolounette wrote:to return to artificial lighting, I tried a lot of everything that exists to grow my orchids below before having my greenhouse ...
the only things that really work take a lot of space on the ground and / or are very energy-intensive: I own the material (400W big lamps and everything) but I do not use it for these reasons ...


Lately, I have not resisted trying out the small LED grow units sold by the well known Swedish furniture seller (I have a lot of trouble not to fall for hi tech bullshit sometimes! : Oops: ): of course it works pretty well if you leave a long time but at 40 € 30cm LED rglette you have to be Rothschild to get 50 tomato plants! : Lol:

So the question is: is it so serious to have plants a little etiolated?
frankly I think no!
for the vegetables of hot culture which one has to start indoors it is necessary to try not to sow too early and to take them outside during the day as the daytime temperatures allow it. If it's really too cold mine are stuck to their window facing south and basta! Yes they are etiolated but I compensate for the planting (for tomatoes I plant stalk lying until 1eres true leaves) and it is not seen any more quickly!
and for all the rest less chilly (salads, cabbages, etc) the seedlings manage out as soon as there are real leaves: at worst I return them at night if frost is expected and that's all : Wink:

There are neon lights day 5 or 6 euros more than enough to "raise" plants of all kinds and in particular tomatoes peppers aubergines etc. .. I put 2 next to each other separate from about 15 cm and I get 1m on 25cm of culture. It works very well. I made a gantry to fix everything at about 30 cm above the plants, if it is not high enough (salad for example which file easily I put shims underneath.
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calousorb wrote:There are neon lights day 5 or 6 euros more than enough to "raise" plants of all kinds and in particular tomatoes peppers aubergines etc. .. I put 2 next to each other separate from about 15 cm and I get 1m on 25cm of culture. It works very well. I made a gantry to fix everything at about 30 cm above the plants, if it is not high enough (salad for example which file easily I put shims underneath.

if it goes, it is lacking at least one of the 3 elements among, water, heat and light, such a neon must suffice for supplements but it is still a good light of the "real" day
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Re: The Kitchen Garden Sloth: Gardening without fatigue more than Bio

Unread Messageby Did67 » 14/12/17, 10:36

Moindreffor wrote:
if it goes, it is lacking at least one of the 3 elements among, water, heat and light, such a neon must suffice for supplements but it is still a good light of the "real" day


If it "files", it is that it lacks light. It is the etiolation. Without water, it does not germinate or wither. And without heat, it does not grow ...
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