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nofxjunky 3 points ago +3 / -0

Honestly it depends. I have a family of 9. I have varieties of strawberries that harvest earlier in Summer and some that harvest plenty in Fall. I've always stuck with a foot a part as a rule of thumb. I say, "go for the gusto"!! You can cut runners to give the berries more attention, or My wife likes to bury the runner, then after it roots, She cuts it off from Mama plant and now You have a whole new Mama plant! There is endless opportunities!! Happy growing fren. Oh yeah the initial answer for Your question is 45. Grow 45 and You can never go wrong!

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nofxjunky 3 points ago +3 / -0

To anyone out there curious about whether to touch electric lines: FUCK NO!!!!! The voltage of a local transmission line is 13,800 volts. This voltage is then lowered even further to between 220 and 440 volts for industrial use and from 120 to 240 volts for commercial and residential customers. A current flowing through your body obeys the same rule that a current in a wire does: follow the path of least resistance. And the part of our body with least resistance to electric current (ie that its easiest for current to flow through) is nerves. Muscles are next, and then blood vessels. Most deaths that happen from overhead service feeds are not from electrocutions. They're from falls and flash burns. When you're shocked while on a ladder, you often fall from the ladder and hit your head on pavement. Head trauma caused the death. Flash burns to the face can also be deadly, particularly if you inhale sharply from being startled. Sucking in hot plasma from a short can sear the lungs causing you to asphyxiate. We can go back in forth all day I'm sure, but the common sense thing is; Yes You can die touching them wires An unloaded gun is treated like a loaded gun always

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nofxjunky 2 points ago +2 / -0

Well done Sir.

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nofxjunky 5 points ago +5 / -0

It's all good until you oof and get that paint where it needs wiped off or touched up. Also dont see how your going to cut in (professionally) where the soffit meets the band. Personally as a buisness man, I see WAY to much liability in this picture. I would have used two ladders, preferably fiberglass and some ladder jacks with a walk plank. To each their own. Or just one man team could get away with one 40 ft ladder and a 4in whizzy. spez: I do love the effort, I'm not shitting on Your effort. Atleast your not sitting at home or mowing your yard with a mask on 👍

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nofxjunky 3 points ago +3 / -0

I prefer certain lumber yards over others, I'd recommend TimberTech Azek, over Trex.

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nofxjunky 5 points ago +5 / -0

Greenfield Village and the Henry Ford Mueseum are gems. I'd suggest going before that disappears too! Dearborn is infested with ideology that is cancer to the USA.

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nofxjunky 5 points ago +5 / -0

Are you taking the picture with a phone and holding your phone sideways when you take it? I've noticed that if you don't crop the image before uploading it to .win it will flip for reasons unknown to Me. Try cropping the image before uploading it next time. Hope this helps

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nofxjunky 3 points ago +3 / -0

We don't delete profanity in general. We delete profanity towards a user, after a warning. I think the community will just downvote the comment in general if it's off topic, or not funny. I enjoy your posts personally. Maybe just ignore the comments?

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nofxjunky 2 points ago +2 / -0

Your amazing! Thanks for all the insightful tips! Living soil is amazing, I would agree! I have a compost pile that consists of maple leaves, pine needles, pecan and maple ashes from the smoker, egg shells, banana peels, coffee grounds, and other vegetable waste. It works amazing and I don't generally buy too many nutrients for my outside plants.

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nofxjunky 3 points ago +3 / -0

I like the smell of a fresh cucumber. As well as melons too! It's refreshing in the summer. Taste is there, maybe you had the wrong cucumber? To each their own.

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nofxjunky 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ty kind Pede! You made my day reading this!! I have to pass because We have Bassets, plus I'm not in TX but I'd travel just to bring a bottle of bourbon and pick up my new MAGA Doberman!

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nofxjunky 1 point ago +1 / -0

In MI you learn to grow inside. There are some advantages to this. I usually start most my summer garden inside. Microgreens and such, always inside. We have some very long beautiful sunny days in the summer as well as some very long Winters and short Springs. I'm still learning!! Happy growing fren!

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nofxjunky 1 point ago +1 / -0

DLI ranging between 8.1 and 9.8 mol m−2 d−1

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nofxjunky 6 points ago +6 / -0

Handy Gcodes this is a great little page. 2020 reviews of small CNC machines I'm curious to see if you've used any of these? I've used a much bigger one in a cabinet shop. Hope this helps

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nofxjunky 2 points ago +2 / -0

Crop the photo seems to be the easy fix. Great looking stool, like the characteristics 👍

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nofxjunky 6 points ago +7 / -1

Schuckles bros, He got me (in no way did I assume your gender)!!! I associate all frugs with the 'Y' chromosome.

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nofxjunky 4 points ago +4 / -0

hears feels

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