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rainbird
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 13, 2016 7:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Very Happy

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 15, 2016 11:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

i have a little geomagnetic mistery on my hand.


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i dont know why i started probing my orgonites with a compass, just to be thorough i think.

they talk about the pyramid a lot in electroculture. that small induction pyramid is made out of steel. i have bigger pieces, full steel, but they barely swing the compass compared to the pyramid shape.

i guess that pyramyd could be used placed directly on the soil. will test it in the garden.

other than that only a big faraday cage in galavanized steel, with several orgonites, has a strong magnetic north field, very stable, grabs the neddle from a feet away, the needle get directly perpendicular with the the center of the cage.

anyone gets that kind of spin, with an orgonite?

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Virgil

P.S. photobucket is getting more irritating to use, so i opened a youtube channel...
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2016 2:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Remember Maurice Chaudiere and his special tomato-Potato graft?

Turns out that a british grocery store chain will be offering the same, allegedly developped by a Netherland cie. Wich i guess is not a lie, they have developped their own process and selected cultivars to reproduce Chaudiere's achievements. But i dont think they mentionned him and his work, now thats bad.

But at least that is confirmation that chaudiere method are good. I might try it.

Alliums showed up 5 days ago.

I have started my first electroculture experiment bit early. I bought another kiwa´ plant. The cats were about to tear it to pieces, dont know why, but i decided to plant it inside a fence, to protect it from the cats? And given it was the setup for a type of electroculture device so i completed it. If the poor thing survives i 'll picture it.

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PostPosted: Mon Apr 25, 2016 4:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sounds interesting, Virgil. Looking forward to seeing your setup- and the results!

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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2016 8:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

many birds come by.

thats coolest of them all.

Red mockingbird.


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2016 8:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

"I have started my first electroculture experiment bit early. I bought another kiwa´ plant. The cats were about to tear it to pieces, don't know why, but i decided to plant it inside a fence, to protect it from the cats? And given it was the setup for a type of electroculture device so i completed it. If the poor thing survives i 'll picture it."

Vigil, every cat in my neighborhood LOVES kiwi, especially the juicy new growth. Affects them somewhat like catnip. They'll rub against it and roll on it and chew the juicy tips. IMO you'll have to protect it for a year or two until the plant is big enough to withstand the damage. Inside the fence sounds good.

I took mine out two years ago because the kiwi wanted to take over the entire garden and cover the house and smother the trees.
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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2016 9:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So that's what that bird is! I hear them sometime too. Also that Mourning Dove in the background.

I did some research on Kiwis some years ago, and found out that the weather here is too radical to grow them.

The spring cold snaps kill them every time.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 12, 2016 11:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

@Ruth, so it is official. i suck at kiwis. siberian kiwis apparently didnt stand a chance. i surely planted to hastily. will have to control the cats better. now that i know they have a fetish...

in the mean time. i conducted a experiment on the lakhovsky coils. allegedly it will help with trees that tens to kill everything underneat their umbra.

challenge accepted!



coil is 30 cm-ish in dia., 80 cm high, opening is pointing north 2cm wide and the tips pointing down by 2 cm, wich is supposed to be the way to go with trees.

a week after installation, a ring of grass was visible near the tree and plants started to show under all the tree wich root connecte with the one treated.



picture is not the best but that shoe some of the growth, nothing grew three in the last 20 years and the ants activity exploded.

last i heard, 3 little rabbits are spending their mornings playing under that strip of pines, kind of awesome. most probably they are runaway pets.

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cool stuff. we will try to catch them harmlessly before fall.

i guess it would be possible to make a garden there now if i was to put a coil on every tree... forest with that situation could be treated, would create richness.

@greywiercat, aint that a cool bird, they stop by spring and fall, the car alarm sound is awesome i dont know if its on that clip tho.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2016 1:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Virgil, they are cool birds!

I was really depressed one spring, it rained every day, amongst other things, and some kind of bird would sing 'we need you, we need you'.

This spring I don't know if it's singing 'a rescue, a rescue' or 'arrest you, arrest you'.

Go figure.

That is a good idea about using lakhovsky coils that way. walnut trees poison the ground, and they really like to grow around the house.

Although I wouldn't mind if they did get rid of these proliferate multi floral roses.

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PostPosted: Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:47 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

its on!

garden is almost completely planted but im taking my time, weather is hot.



so its too early to put lakhovsky coils on the tomato plants, until they reach higher i tried another form of electroculture, really taking advantage of the renovated fence. i installed basic copper wires that are drawing the atmospheric current from the fence.

the wire is more obvious on that picture, right by the cucumbers.



so far the plants closest to the electrodes were the one to get back up the fastest.

also there is this new technique, the textile container, logic replacement of plastic pots. i got 2 10 gallons geotextile containers.

one for the peruvian groundcherries and one for a paprika pepper.

and this year i finally understood that groundcherries like it shady, took me long enough. sun is scorching hot.



next step will placing geomagnetic pyramid, to do testing.

Salut

Virgil
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 24, 2016 1:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so last pour was very productive.

2 devices focused on geomagnetism. one of them is that nice pyramid.


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this one is a keeper, its going in the garden, lightly buried in the mulch.

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