It’s a beautiful building, used to be called Red House Studio. Lots of awesome Lawrence bands have recorded there as well as national acts like Motion City Soundtrack, Emery, the Get Up Kids, and even Kurt Cobain. I agree, Eudora is pretty boring, but
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The fact that they don’t talk about how they get sunlight bothers me =/ Someone needs to come up with a really clever way to bring natural light to indoor hydroponic installations so they aren’t using tons of electricity.
I only took this with my phone so it doesn’t portray the true beauty of this scene. One of the most amazing things is the distance between the mainland and the island is 2.5 miles. It certainly doesn’t look that far, but feels it
People complain about wind turbines being really ugly a lot, but I think in rural scenes like this they are kind of beautiful.
Southern Alabama, like south Georgia where I live, has 90%+ of cotton, corn, soybeans, and peanuts grown from Monsanto seeds and doused in poisons from before they’re planted. The rest of the U.S. is not much better. http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2012/10/california-prop-37-monsanto-gmo-labeling
yeah i found a trove of them on wiki. The loading times remind me the dial up days 🙂
Not exactly. I know that ethylene gas ripening is used on other fruit crops, but I wasn’t certain if it was used on tomatoes as well.
I agree.. I wonder why she wouldn’t leave the chaff in the field?
It must be nice to work hard all year planting and maintaining your field, and then experience the satisfaction of harvesting and baling your fully grown hdpe drainage tile.
Ah. Don’t know how they work. Was imagining it circumvents the hopper and processes directly into the truck as it rides alongside, similar to his some snow removal or asphalt stripping machines work
Where did I mention kickstarter? If anything I was highlighting the difference between this and actual kickstarter projects. The merits of those are debatable, but this guy is using reddit so he can put their foot in the door to beg for donations to
All I can think of now when I see these fields is, City and Colour’s Little Hell [album cover.] (http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-pMvBVJHqKV8/Tzw7QfTdnVI/AAAAAAAAAJQ/hpQ7U7a2jr0/s1600/little-hell.jpg)
It kind of looks like the fields are elevated / 3d, because there’s no snow on the lower right side.
Umm seeing as they are dairy cows that were just milked, I don’t know what you mean. 🙂 They aren’t going to be sent to the meat works for a while yet
the beauty of nature, caught and tamed to grow where generations of farmers say it should.
I want to take a nap there at twilight. I bet it sounds and smells heavenly.
I love northern Michigan! I’m not from there originally, but I go up with my family and my Aunts family yearly right now around their annual Cherry Festival. It’s fantastic 😀
You’re welcome! This field should silk this week, and this hybrid has beautiful purple silks.
Actually most greenhouse do have reflective cover for shade on sunny days. In our area of the US the day length during the summer is actually too long for our pansy crops so we reduce the ambient light by pulling a reflective curtain across