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  1. I'd be very suspect of that getting back to food...

    I'd be very suspect of that getting back to food grade. Residues are really hard to eliminate. You can't even get them off glass completely unless you acid wash it. I used to do a lot of wet lab work...
  2. I have only moved one and I am with the "take the...

    I have only moved one and I am with the "take the bricks out crowd". My bet is if you leave them in and don't install wood sheets over the bricks the first good bump and curve you'll have loose...
  3. The two water proofers mentioned are both good....

    The two water proofers mentioned are both good. The best part is you can put them both on with a pump up garden sprayer. I also used Sherwin Williams super deck, but it's pricey and is opaque colors
  4. Thread: Too late?

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    I personally would toss them. If they have sat...

    I personally would toss them. If they have sat this long bacteria has impregnated the tubing. I always clean soon as my season is over, or toss the tubing.
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    I would not think it would hold up by it's self

    I would not think it would hold up by it's self
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    They both break down with the heat we develop in...

    They both break down with the heat we develop in the arches, but you will still get several years out of it. I usually touch up my seams every year as some refractory will come loose. I will set my...
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    That sounds like a big project Maple flats. I...

    That sounds like a big project Maple flats. I need a new equipment shed too, I might buy one of those metal carports
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    I have considered that purchase myself, Pdiamond

    I have considered that purchase myself, Pdiamond
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    New toy for the farm and sugar Bush

    After fighting last winter/Maple season without a tractor I finally bit the bullet and bought a new tractor.

    What kinda new toys might others be getting this summer?2016020161
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    Spring is the best time to strip bark from roots....

    Spring is the best time to strip bark from roots. It peels the best. I wash the roots before I peel them. I dry them lust laid out on trays or in the oven on low heat. It keeps for years dried in a...
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    I 100% agree

    I 100% agree
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    Have you thought of putting a gas motor on a...

    Have you thought of putting a gas motor on a blower? A 12V won't run long hrs.
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    Yep, always good to have the wood ready. I have...

    Yep, always good to have the wood ready. I have enough split and dried left over from last year for all next year, but I will be cutting more as the summer goes on. A load or two here or there adds...
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    If the state forester is running the salvage job...

    If the state forester is running the salvage job it should be fine. Just tell them you want a written agreement that they will maintain the road. They'll spend money a private logger won't and be...
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    I agree Bill, it's simple just to fill the pans...

    I agree Bill, it's simple just to fill the pans with the last sap and walk away. I have enough to do cleaning everything else and I don't mind the wait. that way I can choose any day I have free time...
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    until it has the smell of home brew and the...

    until it has the smell of home brew and the texture of snot. I usuall let my set 6-8 weeks. After you wash it ( I use a powerwasher) I let it dry good and you'll have a fine white powder on some...
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    Yeah a tapping bit takes them right out. drill in...

    Yeah a tapping bit takes them right out. drill in about half way a nd reverse it or just drill it all they way out. I have had a few break and I drilled them out, but a friend of mine just leaves...
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    The hole never grows shut, the tree just grows...

    The hole never grows shut, the tree just grows over it. It is not a big deal to leave the stub in the tree and being plastic it won't harm a saw blade if ever harvested. So don't sweat it.
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    I think probably late summer after new growth is...

    I think probably late summer after new growth is hardening off. The tree is done growing and it still has some growth weather to heal the wound.
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    I shot one of my laterals last year when I shot a...

    I shot one of my laterals last year when I shot a turkey gobbler......I didn't mind fixing it LOL
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    I never adjust mine either. I don't even have...

    I never adjust mine either. I don't even have much head height. I think it is more a matter of having a large enough line into your float box.
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    when I was working in the nursery business (duh...

    when I was working in the nursery business (duh 40 years ago) and propagating trees, shrubs, grapes, berries and shrubs we started a lot of plants from cuttings, but we preferred seedling production...
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    If your going to save them freeze them. I never...

    If your going to save them freeze them. I never save any from season to season. I start with new every year
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    I siphon out loose nitre with a piece of 3/16th...

    I siphon out loose nitre with a piece of 3/16th tubing before I fire about every other day. Get it started with a squeeze bulb. run it into a bucket and let settle for a few minutes and pour clear...
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    Dip some out in a glass jar and you'll see it's...

    Dip some out in a glass jar and you'll see it's not as cloudy as you think. I'd get it boiled today though. Once your boiling it you'll know by the smell, but my bet is it's ok
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