Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
You definitely get what you select for. If you select for crops that only thrive when fertilized, or sprayed with chemicals, you might very well end up with crops that can't grow without fertilizers and poisons.
Eugenio Ramos wrote:We can today start shredding that plastic thats every where and utilizing a 3D printer for plastic, well the limit would be your imagination.
Please take into consideration if you have the space in making a plastic shredder then a extruder to generate the filament in order to create all sorts of things from useful to entertaining. Quite frankly I'm expecting some kayak and canoe even paddle boats.
3D printing of recycled plastic
I guarantee you can do something with this plastic.
These pieces of equipment can be built in a garage. To convert to fuel its a very interesting pot it's no longer a secret.
When all this equipment is ready Open source the heck out of it
If you need help let me know.
Sam Liégeois wrote:Hey everybody,
I recently planted some fruit trees I grafted this winter.
At the moment I'm noticing that some of the leaves (especially these from plums) have a light reddish color (see pic).
Could someone tell me if this is normal or if the plants are expressing some sort of deficiency?
Thanks in advance!
Steven Rivera wrote: Hello everyone! I am trying to figure out how many Fruit trees, if pruned correctly, could I fit in a 1000 square-foot area in an urban backyard setting? I have been researching intensive planting of fruit trees and have drawn a layout of my garden to try and figure this out. But.... since I have never planted any fruit trees I have no clue as to how big how big these bareroot fruit trees can get if pruned to stay small early on. I want to plant as many trees as possible. I mainly want to plant apple, and peach but would love to fit in some other fruit trees.