Tim Sullivan

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Thanks for the review Marty. I ordered a flow hive also and can't wait to get it.
I am a newbie but don't think of the flow hive as just honey on tap. I plan on learning everything I can before I take on the responsibility of caring for bees.
3 years ago
I haven't read the whole thread so I don't know if anyone has mentioned the flow hive.
I just ordered one. Delivery begins in December

3 years ago
If you do get some seeds to germinate it may take up to 10 years to get some fruit. Softwood cuttings are supposed to be a pretty reliable method of propagation.
4 years ago
I bought a seedless, thornless, grafted che from edible landscaping a few months ago. They are apparently self-fertile. Here's the link if you'd like more info.
http://ediblelandscaping.com/products/trees/CheSeedless/SeedlessChe.php
4 years ago
I'm definitely interested Brad. I am currently taking Dr. Elaine Ingham's online class about developing soil with beneficial organisms. I have much to learn but after Geoff Lawton's class, Dr. Ingham's class, and all I've learned on permies, I think I'm on my way. A permaculture designers certificate does not make one a permaculture designer but I hope to use my knowledge to further permaculture in some way.
I'd be happy to pay the shipping cost. I admire your commitment to spreading the word.
Tim
4 years ago
Hey Kelly,
Looks like Lowe's is also an option. Hopefully they have it in your area. http://www.lowes.com/pd_118486-99899-118486_0__?productId=3602706

Keep us updated on your progress.
4 years ago
I found this attached document on Home Depot's site. It looks like Columbia products are carb 2 complaint.

Looks like Purebond is also carb phase 2 compliant http://homedepotpurebond.com/
4 years ago
I made a $15 donation and will supposedly be emailed the plans soon. I've located several printers in the area who have the machine necessary to print the hive. If I get the plans and manage to get it printed out and assembled I'll give you a total cost on the hive.

Here is the video in youtube format that explains the project. Whether or not you believe CCD is a problem, it looks like a really cool way to obtain a hive.

4 years ago
I've signed up for the course as well. I think I've gotten a great deal for 1000 dollars. I understand the disappointment of those who cannot afford the class but I imagine Geoff will continue to make this course available in the future and it might be worth tucking money away for.

Wouldn't it be cool to set up a fund to send one person through the course who is not able to afford it? Maybe one of Paul's famous contests? I don't have a lot of money but I'd be willing to cough up $20 or so. We'd need 50 people to do the same. I don't know if that's possible but maybe some are able to contribute more. Just a thought.

I don't post a lot, mostly a lurker. Thanks for all of you who have contributed to my knowledge.
This guy has a pretty good video on starting fig cuttings. His shoebox method looks interesting.

6 years ago