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Let's have a DIY thread the last one was nuke into oblivion
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Can I see his link?

Various info I picked up over the years. Most broadly useful stuff I have. Last one is meta for anybody who wants to make informational charts.

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Name of 'field' that would help in informing myself before building a kind of bookshelf-sized farm-box construction, with LEDs and cyclical water drip-feed, powered by solar panels? 'Software-guided, automated box with rails to produce strawberries/veggies at home' unfortunately didn't turn up any results on wikipedia.

Some links that were getting as close to what I wanted to read about as possible:

dont click if you dont want to be on a list though
its a site by Zig Forums and contains everything

first off are any of you not using tor for these links and if so you're a fuckin' moron

Sounds too multi-disciplinary for there to be an existing field for this. Most important thing is making sure you know the energy requirements of the system and can control the water flow to match what the plants need. I assume you'd set it up with a raspberry pi or something and have a battery to store solar energy. If you had solar panels on your house/apartment then you could probably just build these to plug into a wall outlet for power.

IMO the best approach would be to use trial and error and try to find some hipsters to sell the ones you don't want to keep (to help support the project too).

This would be a far sub-optimal approach within socialism though. Rather than atomizing crop production like this it would be far better to have a municipal farm/garden to take advantage of economy of scale and division of labor.

Bump. I don't have anything to contribute, but I loved the previous DIY thread. I'll download all of it now, so I can contribute next time.

speaking as someone who works in a garden centre, don't buy organic, it's just a bullshit scam, best option is to grow from seed

Thanks for the help first of all.

Oh I don't doubt that. But unfortunately across many regions presently there is either a lack of community gardens or legal systems that work in opposition to their open propagation. It's becoming a similar area to social centers. If you can erect a social center and keep it going for over a day/week/month/year then the coast is pretty much clear for propagating community farms as well. But my point is semi- that of taking use of our technical progress since the Conquest of Bread and integrating vertical as well as automated techniques to our present condition of ever-tightening physical space (solution = vertical farming) and overwork (solution = rote task automation with commons-based technologies powered by renewable energy).

Anyone have the first 404'd image saved from this post in the previous thread: >>5271 ?
It had to do with indoor farming.


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lol, I wasn't trying to warn you off doing it. I just wanted to put it in context.

What's some fun, not insanely complex DIY skills to learn by yourself?

I mean to reduce the fields to as few as possible to still be coherent I'm thinking "micro-scale vertical farming automation". This can divided into #1 vertical farming and #2 automation. I guess now it's just to find the instructions necessary for where to go from here. I'll be back with updates as I go forward. I will focus on open/commons licensed solutions and cheapness for the end-purpose of what could fit across the wall of any 1 room apartment (this should theoretically take up the space of a bookshelf, as previously mentioned).

I just wgeted everything from that site 6 months ago. hehe, have it on my hard drive.

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Is there such a thing as eating 'too much' fiber?


There's a "too much" for everything. The question is how much fiber are we talking about and what are you eating exactly?