I'm saving seeds for nearly 10 years. my only difficulty is that i have difficulty to grow roots vegetables. Partly i think because my garden soil is heavy in organic matter and i grow on small mound and have no running water, so difficult to keep seedlings watered.
I'm now share many of my garden and perenial seeds at a spring seed saver exchange, very rewarding!
I don't have comparison of speed, i always used rainwater or melted snow with my Berkey. Do you clean your filter regularly ? Do you have a berkey model or number of filter fitted to your need ? Is it impatience ?
Can you measure how much time it take per litter and filter ? i will try to measure it here with my melted snow today or tomorrow.
Never lived a dry season as much as you, but to my understanding, you probably have an immense population of fungi underground with all that carbonic matter, i would not worry since they probably contribute to take part of the water to your plants.
Hi ! I was wondering if there was an oddball-woodworking section like i have seen for metalworking ? I have made all my ceilling with ruff plank that i transformed with multiple plane into beautiful tongue and groove board lindseed oiled. Or maybe just apply it in the normal oddball section ?
And double question for the pro, would my little strawball house (600 square feet) will qualify me for an iron oddbal badge ?
Soo my bike seat was near it's end of life. Took a walk to my local thriftstore to find some second hand leather and dismantle my seat to cover it again with a new cover material. Maybee 2hour with the walk to the store.