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MadPlanter

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Re: Starting nursery, woodrosegrove, tips appreciated :)
« Reply #15 on: January 04, 2020, 02:39:22 pm »

Ya man eBay does suck anymore. Etsy is better and generates more sales but also fees there too increasing. Both no longer get free advertising on major search engines like Google which totally slows sales big time. I think they are trying to cater to the large guys that can handle the BS and push the little guys outta existence personally. Bonanza just totally sucks don't try selling there unless you want like 2 sales per 6 months lol...

When eBay kicked all the entheogen listings off it kicked me in the nuts fiercely. Heimia and Phalaris is about the only thing I can list without it being taken down within an hour. The funny thing is though that others even in the USA still got their stuff up from time to time and apparently aren't being bothered. Even dried ready to use material no less but I list a PV leaf and it's down in 15 min...

I've wanted to open my own site for a long time. Unfortunately I'm like mostly tech illiterate. Have a buddy that is a tech genius and I've asked him to help in which I'm more than willing to give him all the credit for the designing of the site. He agreed to help but then never seriously would do anything so I just quit asking.

Don't have the New Zealand spinach but do have all those others. They are super easy to propagate and are good sellers too.

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Re: Starting nursery, woodrosegrove, tips appreciated :)
« Reply #16 on: January 05, 2020, 06:14:58 am »

if looking for website weebly.com was pretty easy to figure out,
you can create a free site.. it just adds .weebly.com at the end,
(not suppose to sell from the free site, but i suppose you could)

or if you pay monthly fee, they remove the .weebly.com and let you sell stuff,
40$ i think they don't take any percentage and list unlimited items.
25$/month they take some percentage and limited items..
i can't remember exactly, but that sounds right.
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Re: Starting nursery, woodrosegrove, tips appreciated :)
« Reply #17 on: January 11, 2020, 01:49:13 am »

i was bored, here some picts..

Found some fairy shrimp! lowered magnet and cup attached to string into well hole..
magnet helped cup sink, and was hoping for soil sample, but string not long enough.

had a broken laser light and pulled it apart..
the lens and tube it screws into makes a nice micro-lens-cap for webcam..
wish i could upload the video it's much more clear, but you can almost see the shrimp in the picture.. :P




very tiny harpoon was only thing attached to magnet


only slightly dirty finger tips


holding quarts crystal rock


tiny blue truck on fingernail?



 ..so little people are real?! maybe but little invisible shrimps in your drinking water is very possible.  ;D
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Re: Starting nursery, woodrosegrove, tips appreciated :)
« Reply #18 on: January 14, 2020, 11:22:04 pm »

glow worms !!! the other night planting stuff in the yard after dark...
i noticed little glowing lights in the soil, so i brought some into the light,
they look like common earth worms, but smaller.. about 1'long.. 1mm wide.
with glowing heads ...i want to ID the worms, anyone know their name? ...
they are not firefly larvas, which are bigger, and look like a centipede.

i collected them in a big pickle jar.. in hope i can breed a bunch of them.

update>  i think they are: Microscolex phosphoreus

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Re: Starting nursery, woodrosegrove, tips appreciated :)
« Reply #19 on: February 14, 2020, 02:31:27 am »

Any suggestions for water-sealing a raised wood frame?
..(maybe plastic liner, cover bottom/sides with concrete, and another plastic liner,
 if concrete isn't to expensive.. would any concrete do, or special type for ponds?)
Finally finished the wood-frame for the pond..
it was a lot more building than i was thinking.

next the pvc hoops will be attached, plastic roof covered, door frame built, pond sealed, aquaponics setup, and done.
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