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Russjackell

The weather

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frigging shorts weather where we are lol 

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-5 Fahrenheit wind chill -26 Fahrenheit don't know what that is in Celsius but it's fucking cold 

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7 minutes ago, bfehillbilly said:

-5 Fahrenheit wind chill -26 Fahrenheit don't know what that is in Celsius but it's fucking cold 

Saw on the weather earlier -40 to -50 in Sask, that's with windchill, brutal :unsure:

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3 hours ago, Ch@ppers said:

Saw on the weather earlier -40 to -50 in Sask, that's with windchill, brutal :unsure:

They can keep it what I have is cold enough for me I've been burning weed in big joints to stay warm :skin_up:

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Bloody chucking it down here. Snow then heavy rain yesterday. Sleet and rain today. Heavy rain forecast tomorrow. 

 

Not good weather for digging holes in soil...

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Chilly :ninja:large.Screenshot_20221227_162254_com.viber.voip_edit_24292402743688.jpg

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WTF is up with the weather been pissing it down with rain and mild for this time of year.

Cmon mamma nature play nice i got plots to prep and hate getting a soaking. lol

 

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On 12/27/2022 at 4:26 PM, Crow River said:

 

Not good weather for digging holes in soil...

No weather is good for digging holes, as you shouldn't really dig holes! :yep:

 

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On 27-12-2022 at 5:26 PM, Crow River said:

Bloody chucking it down here. Snow then heavy rain yesterday. Sleet and rain today. Heavy rain forecast tomorrow. 

 

Not good weather for digging holes in soil...

 

nice weather for topdressing plots with organics.....and to let it rain in 1 or 2 months......

 

last couple of years it became stone dry from say 15 march.....  :( 

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My fav thread. lol

Bloody weather we had rains for what seems like months going to continue for at least another week :(

Still got shit loads to do might have to order a wet suit the way things are going. lol

 

 

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Mate works in the fruit and veg industry (buying from farmers/growers and selling to supermarkets). Was out with him last night and he commented that he was visiting some site yesterday and the grower there said it will be more of the same until mid-end of April. Apparently that's the long range forecast. Grower was in Kent, we are getting it shite down here too.

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its been pissing rain here too....

 

95% of groundwater levels are up to normal levels in spring this year...

 

in 2022 we started with low levels...

 

so it looks good :) 

 

 

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Be careful what you wish for lads, I'd rather be digging in the rain than lugging water in the sweltering heat. We don't really need sun till after solstice, plants veg just fine in the rain. 

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Just now, MindSoup said:

Be careful what you wish for lads, I'd rather be digging in the rain than lugging water in the sweltering heat. We don't really need sun till after solstice, plants veg just fine in the rain. 

 

yup..and organics applied now....are activated by rainwater....

dried out soil..kills ground life....

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@murphyblue, military surplus rain poncho will keep you dry but allow air to circulate underneath so you don't sweat too much. I recommend the Bundeswehr ones: tough as old boots, and ultra waterproof. :yep:

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