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Old 02-21-2018, 05:16 AM #3961
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so funny organic buds is still here getting made a fool of. some things never change lmao.
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Old 02-21-2018, 10:05 AM #3962
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The answer is......... ALL tests have their limitations, period

I mixed some indoor medium early today for more spring starts, it's great on the arms, feels nice, almost like stretching...

Then I went outside and dug in native (lots of clay, OM & currently, h20) about 100' long by 1' wide and 8-10" deep trench to put some stone in to aid in drainage. That wasn't like stretching at all, my back and neck hurt now :(

The point, unless you think somehow the "test" accounts perfectly for the hugely different "dirt" I was playing with all day, well we all know the answer......

Jidokas intuitions are spot on and so is paradoxlosts science - both are right

Something tells me your back indicates more if you're bending over or crouching down rather than indicate anything about the soil.

Yeah there are limitations, but you're hung up on technician error or unseen limitations. These tests know what their limitations are.
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Old 02-21-2018, 03:10 PM #3963
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Something tells me your back indicates more if you're bending over or crouching down rather than indicate anything about the soil.

Yeah there are limitations, but you're hung up on technician error or unseen limitations. These tests know what their limitations are.
haha - my form is the issue, not the task at hand and digging below my feet in a wet swampy mess (that's what happens when 4' of snow melts in a couple days and a couple inches of rain), you ever dig a hole or trench buddy....? Something tells me your time is spent in the lab or classroom and certainly not outdoors... let me guess, soft hands.... my backgrounds are both....

any day you want to challenge on moving dirt or stone with a shovel I'm game - lmao - I dug & moved probably 6 yards + of wet soaking native by digging a 100' + trench by hand in under 4 hours..... I also lined one side of it with Cinders blocks the whole length I had laying around from a GH I built .. Next I'll fit it with #2 & #3 stones to make it look pretty and work better, that has to wait till ground hardens up though.

I made an analogy, perhaps it was missed, my back will be just fine friend

Not hung up on Tech error, I understand human error including the one sending in the soil for testing, I also understand point in time and every test has limitations.

I'm pretty sure your that classroom theory guy without any hands on experience or knowledge, it shows
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Old 02-21-2018, 03:22 PM #3964
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so funny organic buds is still here getting made a fool of. some things never change lmao.
What the hell are you talking about you little hobbit. Go back and hide under your hole you pussy. When I was in your face kicking your lame ass off my property, you didn't say a word. Now on line you start talking smack. Pathetic. You stole from me, you stole from your boss before that. YOu have now been fired from three grows in a row. I know what you next move should be........ talk smack online.........lame.

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Don't worry, he is just broke and bitter cause he has no grow. I understand, but why he attacks me after running like a scared dog the last time we met is beyond me.








BTW......... He was so scared, his forced his girl to come and pick up the last payment for trimming. Three people trimmed 17 pounds in over a month. Yea, I fired his lazy ass. New trim crew is cheaper per pound, and knocks out about 100 lbs in 3 days. They show up in the AM, leave in the PM, and bring thier own food too.

In case any of you other growers want to get rid of the over deserving, lazy trimmer. Call Emerald Peak. They service from Humboldt to La. Best 75k I spend a year. They bag and tag every pound, and log every gram of trim and sticks. Weigh in's equal weigh outs. All printed up and sent to your email. All ready for taxes for those of us trying to stay legal.


Now back to the SlowN thread.

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Old 02-21-2018, 03:29 PM #3965
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What the hell are you talking about you little hobbit. Go back and hide under your hole you pussy. When I was in your face kicking your lame ass off my property, you didn't say a word. Now on line you start talking smack. Pathetic. You stole from me, you stole from your boss before that. YOu have now been fired from three grows in a row. I know what you next move should be........ talk smack online.........lame.



Don't worry, he is just broke and bitter cause he has no grow. I understand, but why he attacks me after running like a scared dog the last time we met is beyond me.



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BTW......... He was so scared, his forced his girl to come and pick up the last payment for trimming. Three people trimmed 17 pounds in over a month. Yea, I fired his lazy ass. New trim crew is cheaper per pound, and knocks out about 100 lbs in 3 days. They show up in the AM, leave in the PM, and bring thier own food too.

In case any of you other growers want to get rid of the over deserving, lazy trimmer. Call Emerald Peak. They service from Humboldt to La. Best 75k I spend a year.
ur a nicer guy than me.... stole from you and allowed to leave..... Good restraint Easy ! ..... "Nows you can't leave "
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Old 02-21-2018, 03:34 PM #3966
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Guy is 5 ft nothing, has done nothing athletic in his life, and has health issues. I wanted to beat his ass believe me. It just wouldn't of been fair. Hobbits don't fight well, they are better hiders. lol. I am 6 ft 220, and I am a trained boxer. Only boxed for 3 years, but it sticks with you. It would have been a blood bath. All a bulldog can do is just keep enjoying life, while looking strange at the haters.


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Old 02-21-2018, 03:52 PM #3967
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haha -

any day you want to challenge on moving dirt or stone with a shovel I'm game - lmao - I dug & moved probably 6 yards + of wet soaking native by digging a 100' + trench by hand in under 4 hours..... I also lined one side of it with Cinders blocks the whole length I had laying around from a GH I built .. Next I'll fit it with #2 & #3 stones to make it look pretty and work better, that has to wait till ground hardens up though.
In the bay area, the ground is soooooo soft. I dug a trench with two other guys, 8 ft deep, 5 feet wide down a hillside equipment wasn't able to be used. The trench was about 500 ft long, and it took us maybe 3 days?

Now I come up and try to dig a 6" deep, 6"wide trench to run drip lines under the soil to eliminate trip hazards, 5 ft long from one bed to the other. That takes like 4 hours in this ridiculously hard soil.

Life's a garden, can ya dig it?

Anybody that thinks there isn't technique behind digging, hasn't really done any digging. It's like a thing of art when done right. One swing, one clean slice of dirt.

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Old 02-21-2018, 04:36 PM #3968
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you ever dig a hole or trench buddy....?
Should have seen the trenches my turbo sled left yesterday. Miles
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Old 02-21-2018, 04:44 PM #3969
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how deep was the powder ? 72 here now, by tonight it'll be freezing, do what you can when you can in spring around here
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In the bay area, the ground is soooooo soft. I dug a trench with two other guys, 8 ft deep, 5 feet wide down a hillside equipment wasn't able to be used. The trench was about 500 ft long, and it took us maybe 3 days?

Now I come up and try to dig a 6" deep, 6"wide trench to run drip lines under the soil to eliminate trip hazards, 5 ft long from one bed to the other. That takes like 4 hours in this ridiculously hard soil.

Life's a garden, can ya dig it?

Anybody that thinks there isn't technique behind digging, hasn't really done any digging. It's like a thing of art when done right. One swing, one clean slice of dirt.
I was digging in the rain yesterday because it's much softer then, overland water flow, ground completely and totally saturated from snow melt & rain. The clay / shale / loam / silt / sand / OM all on a hard stop 3-4' down on limestone bedrock around here makes for very tough digging when drier... I was also digging solely for the purpose of draining water, in this little mind having the water there for me means I don't have to think at all about how well it's sloped
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