jade penn

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Hi Team,

Paul thank you so much for the summary here can't tell you how much it helps.

1 issue and 1 Query:
I am logged in and can access most content as a $200 donor however am asked to pay for ALL of the PDC and ATC stuff.
All of the PDC & ATC - Live, tiny download, andHD instant view
All of the PDC evening presentations - HD instant view
All of the ATC - HD video
All of the PDC - HD video
All of the PDC & ATC - tiny download

How long are we entitled to the kickstarter content? Could I log in in a years time and re watch something that is now applicable to us?

Many thanks.
Thanks team super interesting =)
3 years ago
That was amazing reading!! Convinced me 100%

Q:What effect on eggs does a rooster have.... e.g. 50% of eggs are fertilized? What do you do with fertilized eggs? Seems to me that if you don't want more chickens and feel eating fertilized eggs somewhat wrong then you might have a problem?

Not sure, queries from a novice!
3 years ago
Hi Team,

With nothing of value to add to your project I have two quick things to say:
1. Its great to hear from another kiwi on here. I don't think larger countries know how hard it is to find relevant geo-specific content.
2. For dummies (like me) who scour posts to learn all they can it would help to put a quick sub heading blurb about your goal with this set up. A lot of the more technical stuff is lost on those who have yet to tackle water tanks projects.
3 years ago
Hi team!

I recently came into a reasonable amount of untreated Rimu timber (high quality New Zealand hard wood) that is riddled with Borer. Borer from what I have researched only come out to breed and otherwise make human life hell.

We originally thought we could use the wood for planter boxes as its sturdy and untreated but were told it would be unwise to introduce it to our land. Chemical treatment is a no go for us as is any difficult natural solution because we can just burn wood if we can't recycle it.... I considered drowning the wood in salt water for some time but have no idea if that would kill the borer.


My Q: It seems silly to ask but is the potential danger of introducing the wood to our land far outweigh the recycling of the wood?
3 years ago