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    @Captain you have high and low spots on Gingas? Aren't those all thin/laser grind?
    1- Take off the lid and then with the stone still in the box turn upside down on a bed or other soft surface. Then try to lightly pinch the box and lift it off
    3- The power of good geometry!


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    892 - moved my rose bush (more like sticks than a bush, now, but...), today. Keeping my fingers crossed.


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    893 - not even a good morning, today, eh?

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    894 - gardening is known addictive, there are brain-chemical reasons why it feels good - yet I hate it at the same time...

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    895 - on the gardening bent, any ideas why my indoor potted basil and coriander is yellowing. It's winter here and every chance I get I place them to get some more sun than they usually would on the window sill.

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    Could be nitrogen deficiency iirc, but the change in daylight hours could be triggering something in the plant. Usually aim for longer periods of light relative to dark (18/6) and more blue spectrum to simulate spring
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    897 - I love looking at plants but not growing them. I also hate cutting grass.

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    I wish my grass was emo...

    So it'd cut itself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgertooth View Post
    895 - on the gardening bent, any ideas why my indoor potted basil and coriander is yellowing. It's winter here and every chance I get I place them to get some more sun than they usually would on the window sill.
    899 I have kept a basil plant two years now and haven't found a way to avoid some yellowing during winter. It's definitely not getting enough sunshine. Mine has made it through with enough rotating it around the windows and it comes back to verdant life in Spring/Summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badgertooth View Post
    898

    I wish my grass was emo...

    So it'd cut itself.
    900 LOL


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