Mycovation Asia wrote:Here is the link for the survey! It should take maybe 3-4 minutes and would be immeasurable help as we work towards building the right products for you ￼
Glenn Herbert wrote:I think a major reason for putting posts upside down relates to driving them in; the small end going in first will be easier and make the newly driven post more solidly set. There is also more thickness at the top for striking with a maul. If setting in a dug hole and backfilling, I would probably put posts base down for greater strength at ground level.
I agree about sap flow; it flows both up and down in the live trunk.
Trace Oswald wrote:My advice is start far smaller than you think you can handle. It's easy to expand. I'm guilty myself of trying to do too large an area and then lose the ability to keep up.
Tom Worley wrote:
Mark Brunnr wrote:Has anyone used this, or found other ways, to use photo-editing software with Linux? That's probably my biggest hurdle with switching systems.
There are a few photo management / workflow tools for Linux - the one that was recommended to me by a serious amateur photographer is https://www.darktable.org and I found it quite good.
Jennifer Richardson wrote:What are the best lifestyle choices and natural remedies for managing obsessive compulsive disorder?