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I also get leaf miners in the lambs quarters so it is a coast to coast phenonium.
 
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Hans Quistorff wrote:I also get leaf miners in the lambs quarters so it is a coast to coast phenonium.


I think it is even a larger phenomenum. I live in western Europe and there are leaf miners too (not always, but I did see the damage they did in lambsquarters plants)
 
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Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:

Hans Quistorff wrote:I also get leaf miners in the lambs quarters so it is a coast to coast phenonium.


I think it is even a larger phenomenum. I live in western Europe and there are leaf miners too (not always, but I did see the damage they did in lambsquarters plants)


There are so many differences from place to place that it's fun to find what we share...our sun, our moon....and now we know that so many of us spaced so far apart also share the leaf miners in lambs quarters experience!  We can all think about each other in far off places when we see their tunneling patterns :)
 
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What product did you use for the glazing bars/tracks?  
Thanks,
Hugh

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I stayed up past midnight last night making pizza dough and fresh lemonade for today. I was awakened this morning to raucous bird calls and the sound of thunder slowly rolling in from the west. I scampered out of bed and got a tarp over the greenhouse minutes before the rain and hail arrived. Luckily it only lasted an hour and had cleared up by the time my army of helpers arrived to knock out a list of tasks. We shaped earth, drilled holes in glazing track, cobbed, cleaned, carried, carpentried, and finally raised the glass on the south wall of the greenhouse. We celebrated by raising glasses of lemonade and taking a group jumping picture, which I will have to find and post here in the coming days.

Pizza rounded out the evening, and my belly :)

 
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The glazing product is called pro-seal. I think it works very well.

I got it from abundant energy inc. Bob is a great guy, awesome to work with and will give you a discount if you tell him you come from permies.com
 
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Thank you Josiah.
I really appreciate the info and the heads up about a possible discount.
Hugh

Josiah Kobernik wrote:The glazing product is called pro-seal. I think it works very well.

I got it from abundant energy inc. Bob is a great guy, awesome to work with and will give you a discount if you tell him you come from permies.com

 
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