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Here's a picture from across the valley by a vey patient photographer. The Milky Way rising above a field of lupine's.

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Up the valley a bit. 

 

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I wish my night sky is like that!Nice pic.

 

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I was looking back through old folders to see how things are progressing compared to years past and found some nice pics.

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Here's a picture from across the valley by a vey patient photographer. The Milky Way rising above a field of lupine's.image.jpeg.400a351b29689cb745d2028bd35739b7.jpeg

Up the valley a bit. 

 

image.jpeg.4608c61a2413b8636022a819811fefe1.jpeg

 

I wish my night sky is like that!Nice pic.

 

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I woud love to help at your property and also grow without any ? above my head every time i visit my plants.Im pretty calm about it but i always have to watch my back. (Recently,wifes too :))

 

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MaiNiaK
4 hours ago, magicman said:

Do you have to hand water all of those? That's a lot of plants.

The answer is 4 hours, every other day.

And that doesn't include loading the tanks. Which takes roughly an hour and twenty minutes. 

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PsychoNanoNaut

Pardon my ignorance, but what the hell is that for? I can take a pretty good guess, but how does it work?

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tomentose

That's the auto trimmer you mentioned in chat eh Maniak? Looks sick saves a TON of work

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7 hours ago, PsychoNanoNaut said:

Pardon my ignorance, but what the hell is that for? I can take a pretty good guess, but how does it work?

It trims roughly 8 wet pounds every 10 minutes. That is if you have enough people bucking ahead of you.  I've heard it takes 10-12 people bucking to keep up.

 

 

 

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tomentose

Don't fall in!

 

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